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BASKETBALL 

CHAMPS 
EMI-FINALISTS 
'8-1979 



GYMNASTICS 
CHAMPS 
78-1979 



METHUEK HIGH SCHOOL 

BASEBALL 

M.V.C. CO-CHAMPS 



HEIHUEN NIC! SCHOOL 

SPRING TRACK 

M.V.C. CHAMPS 

CLASS B STATE CHAMPS 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 
FIELD HOCKEY 
M.V.C. CHAMPS 
1979 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY 

M.V.C. CHAMPS 

1979 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

GIRLS GYMNASTICS 

M.V.C. CHAMPS 

1979-1990 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

SOFTBALL 

M.V.C. CHAMPS 



RISK SCHOOL 

FTBALL 
CO-CHAMPS 
SEMI-FINALISTS 



METHUEN 11(1 SCHOOL 

GIRLS TENNIS 

M.V.C. CHAMPS 

1979 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

GIRLS BASKETBALL 

N.V.C. CHAMPS 

STATE CHAMPS 

1979-1990 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 
SPRING TRACK 
M.V.C. CHAMPS 





METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

FOOTBALL 

M.V.C. CO-CHAMPS 

1980 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 
SPRIHG TRACK 

CLASS B 

STATE RELAY CHAMPS 

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1980-1981 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

GIRLS TENNIS 

M.V.C. CHAMPS 

1981 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

GIRLS TENNIS 

M.VX. CHAMPS 

1982 



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GIRLS SPRING TRACJf 

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CLASS B 

STATE RELAY CHAWS 

1981 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

CROSS-COUNTRY 

M.VX. CHAMPS 

1981 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

GOLF 

M.VX. CHAMPS 

1982 



METHUEM H!GH S 

WRESTLIf 

SAUM CHRISTMAS CLASS 

METHUE IHVITATIOMA 

MVC DUAL MEET I 

MVC LEAGUE MEET 



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"Mr. Nick" 




Although our time and yours at Methuen High 
School has come to an end, we will never 
forget the memories that we've made. We con- 
sider it an honor to be remembered as the last 
graduating class to have you as a principal. 
We'll never forget all that you have done for us. 
Best of luck in the future, from the class of 1996. 










Mr. Fradette 

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You have served as a role model 
for so many students for so many 
years. And more recently as an ex- 
ample of how the human spirit can 
overcome adversity. Thank you 
for sharing such a big part of your 
life with us. 






Special Thanks 




Thank you, Mr. Whiting, for being the 
best class advisor and teacher that 
we could ever ask for. Your unend- 
ing dedication, even in times of 
chaos, sets an excellent example for 
others to follow. You once said our 
class was "together, yet not togeth- 
er". Well, it is together, as a whole, 
that we would like to thank you for 
having faith in us, despite the times 
we didn't have it in ourselves. 

Mrs. Moynihan — Thank you so 
much for bearing with us throughout 
the year. Without you this yearbook 
would be nonexistent. Crazy sched- 
ules, fighting, and disappearing 
staffers, no money — what more can 
one person deal with? Your grace 
under pressure was very appreciat- 
ed. Time after time you kept a smile 
on your face and laughter in the li- 
brary. 



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A very special thanks to Crissy 
and Laura who came back 
after graduation to complete a 
large portion of this yearbook. 
Your creativity, dedication and 
hard work made this book 
possible. You're the best!! 

Love, 
Mrs. M 



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Superintendent 



Marilyn Harris 
Asst. Superintendent 



Arthur Nicholson 
Principal/ Asst. 
Superintendent 



A. Steven Francis 
Asst. Principal 



Carol Blotner 
Asst. Principal 




Bunny Agnew 

Food Service Sat. 

Coord. 



Lisa Alaimo 
Athletic office 



Michael Angelari 
Social Studies 



Joseph Austin 

Occ.A/oc. Ed. Dept. 

Head 



Alton Bailey 
Guidance 




Gary Banks 
Special Ed. 



Cindy Bates 
World Language 



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Science 



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Patricia Borucki 
Occ.A'oc. Ed. 



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Guidance 



Kit hard Brain 
Work Study 



1 )iane Br< >< (ks-Sherrv 
Math 



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English 




Daniel Burton 


Judy Cade 


Joseph Caruso 


Janis Collamore 


Marie Comeau 


Science 


Fam. & Con. Sci. Dept. 
Head 


World Language 


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Math 




Steve Courtemanche 
English 



Elaine Crane 
English 



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Barbara Cronin 
Special Ed. 




William Cullen 
Guidance 



Sheila Cunningham 
Title I Director 



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Richard Czarnec 

Industrial Arts Dept. 

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Augusta Dadiego 
Fine Arts 




Diane Dandreta 
Social Studies 



Jean Denson 
Director of Guidance 



Gary Dionne 
Special Ed. 




Jackie Dirsa 
Math 



Marilyn Dufton 
Receptionist 



Anne Eckman 
Math 




Pasquale A. Emiro 
Special Ed. 



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Paul Fiorentini 
Social Studies 




Mark Fisher 
JROTC 



Joseph Forseze 
Science 



Robert Fradette 
Math — Dept. Head 



Linda Friel 
Media Supervisor 



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Joyce Gagnon 
English 




Joanne Gallagher 

Math 



Glenn Gearin 

Occ./Voc. Ed. 




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Kathy Greene 
Occ./Voc. Ed. 





Carolyn Griffin 
Special Ed. 



Steve Guenin 
Science 



Douglas Hallbauer 
English 



Karen Hallbauer 
World Language 




Geraldine Hart 
Office 



James Healey 
Social Studies 



Daniel Herlihy 
English 



Judy Hillcr 
Math 



Kenneth Hoffman 
Media 




Alvin Huebner 
Guidance Dept. Head 



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Michael Hughes 

Social Studies Dept. 

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Mimi I IvdcSloti 
Phys. Ed. 




Sherri Isbister 

Fine Arts 



Ed Jennings 
English 




Doreen Keller 


Edward Kelley 


Mary Coleman 


Jeffrey Kimball 


Math 


Industrial Tech. 


Kennedy 
Special Ed. 


JRGTC 



Dennis King 
Science 




Betsy Knapp 
Dir. of Food Service 



Andrea Knight 
Special Ed. 



Ann Marie Krusell 
English 



Gloria Lamphier 
Special Ed. 



Sharon Landers 
Special Ed. L.D.R.R. 



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Gary Lane 
English 



Carol Levesque 
World Language 



Leonie Longshore 
English 



Neil Lynch 
E.S.L 



Linda Lyons 
Occ./Voc. Ed. 




Dorothy Macintosh Jean Matthes Peter Mazzaglia 

Special Ed. English/Social Studies Science 






Michael McCormick 
Social Studies 




Susan McGrath 
Math 




Colleen Meaney 
English 



Carol Merrow 
Special Ed. 



Marion Minahan 
Secretary 



Fran Molesso 
Phys. Ed. 



John Moore 
Science Dept. Head 




Marianne Moran 
Math/Science 



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Margaret Moynihan 
Media 



John Nigrelli 
Social Studies 




Kate O'Neil 
Guidance 



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Mario Pagnoni 
Occ./Voc. Ed. 




Walter Pare 
Occ./Voc. Ed. 



Diane Pellegrino 
Nurse 



Patricia Pelletier 

Media 



Kevin Pczanowski 

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English 



Ann Marie Pinet 
English 



Mary Pollard 
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Ann Marie 

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Fam. & Con. Sci. 



Donna Quinn 
Guidance 




John Ramos 
E.S.L. 




Frank Rapisardi 
Science 



Trudy Redmond 
Guidance 



Joseph Robillard 
I'hvs. Ed. 



Robert Rosmarino 

Sot ial Studies 



Rhonda Ruhmshouel 
Math 




Peter Salemi 
Science 



Margaret Samaha 
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Media 



Frank Savory 
Fine Arts i )iici tot 




Carol Scalera 
Social Studies 



Dean Schneider 
Health 



Donald Sestini 
Safe I laven Program 



David Shaheen 
Media 



James Shamberger 

Industrial Arts 




Betty Shaw 
Media 



Ellen Sicard 
Secretary 




Donald Smith 
Social Studies 



Jennifer Smith 
English Dept. Head 



Steven Sudol 
Occ.A'oc. Ed. 



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Noreen Tanglis 
Math 



Beverly Taylor 
World Language 



Louise Troia 
Title 1 Secretary 



Brian Urquhart 
Athletic Director 



Kathy VanHorn 
World Language 




Mary Viscosi 
Nurse Coordinator 



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Patricia Walsh 
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David Whiting 
Social Studies 



Carol Younj 
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President: Dayo Ibraheem 

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Treasurer: Laura Abraham 



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Junior Class Officers 




Bethany Barbagallo (Secretary). Kathy Cote 
(Treasurer), Lauren Hall (President), Vanessa 
Henry (Vice-President). 



Kerri Markey (Vice-President), Allison Brucato 
(Treasurer), Sarah Powers (Secretary), Carrie 
Beaulieu (President). 



Sophomore Class Officers 




Freshman Class Officers 




Sarah Martin (Treasurer) Beck) Markey (Vice 
President) Jennifei Pacheco (Secretary) Brian 
Koslawski (President). 



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Student Senate 




1st row: Katie Sprance. Shannon 
Towne. Alesha Hughes. Diane 
Dellanno. Lindsay DeCecco j 
Tracey Borucki. Heather Carrier 
Pat O'Donnell. Jessica Silva 
Stacie Forsythe. 2nd row: Chris 
tine Rubino. Lisa Golobski 
Adrienne Guzman. Maria Gagne 
Darcie Donegan. Frank Bian 
cardi. Diana Rubin. Robyr 
Danahv. Ellen Clarke. Jenna Bar 
bagalfo. 3rd row: Amy Pritts 
Brvan Licciardi. Kurt Bergeron 
Bryan Kinneen, Denise Duverge 
Tri'sha Wilson. Jessica DeBurro 
Rosa Bruno. 



Student Advisory Council 




LSI row: Diana Rubin. Heathc 
Carrier. 2nd row: Chris Rossi 
Frank Biancardi. Pat O'Donnell. 



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st row: Danielle Logrippo, 

\manda Hajj, Sarah Riedel, Meg 
Marcoux, Lisa Grew, Matt How- 

;han, Vishad Patel, Tim 
Theberge, Parag Patel, Laura 

Sanderson, Alesha Hughes, Liz 
Michaud, Rosa Bruno. 2nd row: 

^hris Boisse, Sharon Pultar, 
Michelle Desmet, Anh Le, Hanh 
,ce, Sapna Bhadola, Mun Kim, 

<Cristie Chung, Joe Normandin, 
Jennifer Ata, Kurt Bergeron, Hye 
"hung Shin, Heather Carrier, Lori 
OelliColli, Jessica Straznik. 3rd 

ow: Ismail Aktas, Phil Naroian, 
Kevin Stacy, Sarah Consentino, 
Bill Bailey, Brian Mackie, Frank 
Biancardi II, Nicole Wildes, 
i-rancesca Beaudoin, Brian Kim- 
pall, Shaun McCarthy, Dong Shin, 
Maria Gagne. 4th row: Kirk Sar- 
»aceno, William Barnes, Meghan 
^aflamme, Jennifer Lalonde, 
^aura Ackroyd, Cynthia Dacey, 
Andrew Griffin, Jong Baik, Jenni- 
fer Goosens, Kimberly Choui- 
nard, Katie Firth. 



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1st row: Carolyn Alicea, Elissa 
Brown, Tracey Borucki, Eliz- 
abeth Billings. Jenny Saba, Tab- 
itha Lapointe. 2nd row: Jessica 
Deburro, Sharleen Shanley, Kami 
Fouquart, Edtya Mudrewicz, 
Nikki Santana, Diana Rubin, 
Steve Brodsky, Tim Mailloux, 
Matt Lacasse, Gail Blotner. 3rd 
row: Debbie Tessier, Dan 
Palmer, Josh Muenzenmayer, 
Eric Blanchard, Heather Torla. 
via 1 1 Twomey, Francesca 
Beaudoin, Pat Pierce. Onelio Es- 
oinal. Julio Espinal. 



Art Honor Society 




Music Honor Society 




1st row: Alison Munro. Sarah Consentiru 
Heather Murray. 2nd row: Lori Thomas. Gre 
Davis. Hye Chung Shin. Jen Dube. 3rd rov 
Mike Allbee. Tommy Greenwood. Jong Bail 



French Honor Society 



Kristie Chung, Elizabeth Michaud. Heather car 
rier, Nicole Wildes. 




Spanish Honor Society 




1st r< >\v Jalynn Jimenez, Julie Porter. Hanh L 
Alesha i lughes, I >anielle Logrippo. 2nd ro 
Laura Abraham. Arianne Duerr, Sapi 
Bhadola, Shannon Towne. 3rd row: Vishi 
Patel, Parag Patel. Pal O'Donnell. Cris: 
Laorenza. Elizabeth Shepard. 



Blue & White 



st row: Heather Torla, Andrew Griffin. 2nd 
ow: Tim Theberge, Ryan Sawyer, Hye 
:hung Shin, Tania Ruizdeluzuriaga, Carolyn 
;ody, April Burton. 3rd row: Paul Courte- 
nanche, John Gilbert, Mark Quaker, Matt 
towshan, Kelly Fitzgerald 




Lyceum 




1st row: Sharon Pultar, Michelle Desmet, Kristie 
Chung, Colleen Lynch. Laura Bretton, Sarah 
Consentino. 2nd row: Paul Kern, Edyta Mudre- 
wicz. Kirk Saraceno. Mun Kim, April Burton. 3rd 
row: Yoo Kim, Chris Boisse, Laura McCarthy. 
Lori Thomas, Dan Palmer. 



Desktop Publishing 



1st row: Tim Theberge. Andrew Griffin. 2nd 
ow: Meg Marcoux, Cheri Thunstrom, Julie 
Porter. 3rd row: Francesca Beaudoin. Laura 
\ckroyd, Sarah Riedel. 4th row: Kevin Oreal. 
Chris Palmisano, Eric David. Mike Coughlan, 
left Cadieux. 




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French Club 




1st row: Sarah Consentino. Cinthia Chung 
Krisiie Chung. Sam So. Phil Naroian. 2nd row 
Barry Muise. Vicki Spada. Nancy Ong. Yck 
Kim. Mun Kim. 3rd row: Philip Berthelser 
Katie Firth. Lori Thomas. Cezary Mudrewicf 



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Italian Club 



1st row: Maria Sergi, Thercse Rogers. 2nd row: 
Joselyn Lebron, Judy Lara. 



Spanish Club 





1st row Dara Juknavorian, Alesha Hughe 
Julie Porter, Sapna Bhadola, Cheri Thu 
strom. Tracey Borucki, Stephanie Beele 
Kristin Higgins. Enid Morales, Thanh Truon 
2nd row: Lori DelliColli, Gciil Blotner. Collet 
Keenan, Amy Pritts, Stacey Parker, TiJ 
Theberge, Amanda Shaw, Colleen Lynoj 
3rd row Maria Gagne, Crissy Laorenza, 9 
cole Soucy, Vanessa Henry, Parag Pau 
Yishad Patel. Arianne Duerr. Andrew Griffil 



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Office Help 



;t row: Sheri Britton, Edyta Mudrewicz, Cheri 
hunstrom, Amanda Hajj, Julie Markey. 2nd 
)w: Stephanie Bova, Kristin Deshaies, 
obyn Danahy, Lynn Murach, Tara Webb. 




Nurse's Help 




st row: Kristin Deshaies, Amiee Foucault. 
ind row: Steve Parker, Tom Fawcett, Pat 
/IcAndrew, Matt Sanborn. 



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1st row: Tammy Smith, Judy Forrester, Andrea 
Leal. 2nd row: Denise Torres, Kristen Piccirillo. 



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Media Help 




Child Development II 




1st row: Debbie Tessier. Stephanie Puglis 
Julie Samataro, Sonia Boucher. 2nd row 
Kelly Cleary. Jessica Wareing. Amy Michauc 
Meredith Kirkman. Stacv Carrier. Darci. 
Donegan. Carrie Beauregard. 



Co-op Education 



1st row: Kathy Armano, Marie Lemay, Nikki 
Santara, Sarah Consentino, Diana Rubin, Va- 
nessa White. 2nd row: Bobbie-Lyn Daly, Yanira 
Roman, Matt Howshan, Kim Chouinard, Lynn 
Murach, Tara Webb. 3rd row: Erica Little, Danny 
Dellanno, Joe Tombarello, Dayo lbraheem, 
Chrissy Albert. 





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1st row: Lrin Stewart, Jeremy chouinard. 
Ednyta Cintron, Kaiic- Donahue, Tarah 
Hannagan. Mike DeCosta. 2nd row: Jeff 
Briggs. Andy Marcoux, Eric Lebel. John 
Thornton. Tim Yerian, Dana Sullivan. 3rd row: 
Jim DeLucca, Mark Quaker, Dayo lbraheem. 
Dave Silva. Tim Moniz, Siomisel Polcano. 
Louie Finocchiaro. 



Debate Society 



st row: Victoria Spada, Danielle Cochrane, 
;ristine Huskey. 2nd row: Raymond Rosa, 
oe Stanganelli, Barry Muise, Vanessa Henry. 
5rd row: Patrick McAndrew. 




Academic Internship 




1st row: Sonia Boucher, Sheri Kirby. Kery Nason. 
2nd row: Jalynn Jimenez, Darcie Donegan, 
Stephanie Buck, Vishad Patel, Joey Conley. 3rd 
row: Heidi Anderson, John Gilbert, Pat 
ODonnell. 



Science Club 



;t row: Joe Normandin, Kristie Chung. Sapna 
hadola, Mary Wong, Colleen Lynch. Cynthia 
hung, Ka-yee Li, Mun Kim. 2nd row: Nancy 
ng, Barry Muise, Parag Patel, Karine Tshi- 
ingu. Matt Nelson, Hanh Le. 3rd row: Yoo 
m, Patrick Hoey, Brian Bourbeau. Chris Val- 
;re, Francesca Beaudoin, Vishad Patel. 




Violence Awareness Committee 




1st row: Dayo Ibraheem. Diana Rubin. 2nc 
row: Kirk Saraceno. Mun Kim. Yoo Kim. Mat! 
Howshan. 3rd row: Marissa Keslow. Lindsau 
DeCecco, Kristin Picirillo. Cheri Thunstromi 
Jessica DeBurro, Vanessa Henry. 



Project Awareness 



1st row: Catherine Debrocke, Meg Marcoux. 2nd 
row: Joe Normandin, Kirk Saraceno. 




AIDS Action Committee 




1st row: Diana Rubin, rrac ey Borucki. Cher 
Thunstrom. Meredith Faucetie. 2nd row Ycx 
Kim. Diane Gabryjelski, Kirk Saraceno 
Kristen Piccirillo, Lindsay DeCecco, Mun Kim 
3rd row: Marissa Kaslow, Laina smith. \'a 
nessa Henry. Dayo Ibraheem. Gail Etfotnerc 



G.L.E.C. 



1st row: Colleen Lynch, Kacie Berube, Rosa 
Chiola, Cheri Thunstrom. 2nd row: Mr. 
Healey, Gail Blotner, Kristen Piccirillo, Kristin 
Dinati, Cynthia Dacey, Melinda Silveria. 




Drama Club 




1st row: Kirk Saraceno, Gail Blotner, Catherine 
Debrocke, Sal Delmonte, 2nd row: Doreen Farn- 
ham, Laura Bretton, Yudy Lara. 3rd row: Jennifer 
Lalonde, Elsbeth Curry, Laura McCarthy, April 
Burton, Lori Thomas. 



Color Guard 



slst row: Vanessa White, Stephanie Buck, 
Jennifer Jones. 2nd row: Alicia Britton, 
Cynthia Morin, Julie Gosselin, Justine Free- 
iman, Kellie Doherty. 








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Concert Band 




1st row: Dong Shin. Kirk Walsh 
Joe Stanganelli. Scott Lambalot 
Geoff Hargreaves. Bryan Buck 
Justine Freeman. Melissa Quin 
Ian. Alison Munro. Matthew Lan 
dolt. 2nd row: Ryan Gregoire 
Matthew Sanborn. Stephen Tra 
verso. John Daveta. Michael Cul 
hane. Joe Attardi. Patrick Hoey 
Heather Murray. Katie Loosigian 
Tara Arlitt. Erica Balfour. Lisa 
Michaud. 3rd row: Steve Blinn 
Jim Motta. Mike Allbee. Joe Choo 
Brian Bourbeau. Dave Merrow 
Chris Woodard. Dan Robinson 
Tony Puopolo. Chris Valliere. Job 
Gregg. Eric Michaud. Gag Davis 
Jen Dube. 



Jazz Band 




1st r< i\\ Si i hi Lambalot. H\ an 
Gregoire. Dave Merrow, Bryan 
Buck, Man Landolt, Allison 
Munro. Jeff l largreaves. 2nd r< »vv 
John Daveta, Joe Stanganellii 
Mi( nael Culhane, Patrk k I lory. 
( hris Valliere, Kirk Walsh, Jerj 
i lube \m\ 1 ).\gostino. 3rd row: 
Brian Bourbcau, J< >c ( hoo. ( hris 
Woodard, Mike Allbee, Greg 
Davis, Dan Robinson, line 
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Marching Band 



Kneeling: Jennifer Grille Jen 
Oube. 1st row: John Daveta, Ryan 
3regoire, Dong Shin, Jeff Har- 
greaves. Matt Landolt, Scott Lam- 
Dalot, Bryan Buck, Amy 
OAgostino, Justine Freeman, 
Erica Balfour, Mike Griffin, David 
ivlerrow, Stephen Traverse 2nd 
ow: Mike Culhane, Joe Atardi, 
ivlatt Sanborn, Alejo Santiago, 
3etsy Currie, Laurie Thomas, 
Melissa Quinlan, Katie Loosigian. 
Mison Munro. Kirk Walsh, Tara 
\rlitt. Marc Hamman. 3rd row: 
Steve Blinn, Heather Murray, Lisa 
Michaud, Joe Choo, Chris 
vVoodard, Pat Hoey, Joe Stan- 
ganelli, Antony Puopolo, Danny 
Robinson, Brian Bourbeau, 
Michael Hoffman, Eric Michaud, 
Greg Davis, Chris Valliere, Joe 
Greg, Jimmy Motta. 




Chorus 



<st row: Laura Bretton, Ryan 
Sawyer, Julie Gosselin, Justine 
Preeman, Sheri Kirby. Vanessa 
White, Jason Demers, Lisandra 
Rivera. 2nd row: Jennifer Grille 
Julia Matiros. Mary Wong, Steph- 
anie Saba, Catherine Debrocke, 
Kirk Saraceno, Sarah Consen- 
lino, Colleen Titcomb. 3rd row: 
Sal Delmonte, Sharon Pultar, 
Michelle Desmet, Cristina Car- 
done, Jennifer Johnson, Chris 
-oster, Laura Hillard, Christine 
Rubino, Heather Joiner, Faith 
•3oisvert. 4th row: Christina 
iSritton, Matthew Sanborn, 
lonathan Schiavone, Chris Rag- 
nand, Biran Firth, Carlos Schmidt, 
Janelle Johnson, William Murphy. 




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Pep Band 




1st row: Joe Choo. Sieve Tra- 
verse Patrick Hoey. 2nd row: 
Mike Allbee. Steve Blinn. Greg 
Davis. 3rd row: Joe Stanganelli. 
Matt Sanborn, Tony Puopolo. 
Tara Arlitt. 



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1st row: Ka-yee Li. Nancy Ong. 
Cinthia Chung. Kristie Chung. 
Sapna Bhadoia. Hanh Le. Matt 
Howshan, Lisa Grew. 2nd row: 
Katie Finh, Denise Duverge. Va- 
nessa Henry. Jessica DeBurro. 
Joe Normandin. Joselyn Lebron. 
Adiris Lebron. Yudy Lara. Nikki 
Santana. 3rd row: Kirk Saraceno. 
Jenifer Ata. Parag Patel, Lindsay 
DeCecco. Vishad Patel. Kristen 
Piccirillo. Cynthia Dacey. Mun 
Kim. Yoo Kim. 4th row: Tom 
Fawcett. Tania Ruizdeluzuriaga. 
Diana Rubin. Tracey Borucki. 
Diane Gabryjelski. Laina Smith. 
Meredith Facette. Marissa 
Kaslow. Thanh Truong. 5th row: 
Cheri Thundstrom. Matt 
Twomey. Dayo Ibraheem. Se\'gi 
Goktug. 



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Football 



Although the Rangers suffered their second 
consecutive sub .500 season, the 1996 Methuen 
Rangers were abound with highlights. They suc- 
ceeded in knocking off two teams (Lowell and 
Boston Latin), top ranked teams in the Boston 
Globe Football Poll. Also, they defeated arch 
rival Central Catholic in the annual Bad Blood 
Feud. The most impressive statistic was their 4-1 
record at home, losing only to state champ 
Tewksbury in front of the home crowd. The 
Rangers graduated twenty seniors who are 
more than proud of their overall 4-5-1 record. 




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Francis, Dave Jacobsen, Mark DaGraca, Eric Deleon, Andy Messina. 2nd row — Dave 
Romano, Mark Qualter. Christian Lombari. Tim Theberge. Kazeem Ibraheem, Steve Silva 
Errol Mcintosh, Tim Harrington. Don Sestini. Ryan Favazza. 



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Fall Cheerleading 



The 1995/1996 fall cheerleading 
squad was led by senior captains 
Kristin Dinati, Julie Markey, and junior 
captain Bethany Lasconde. During 
the summer the cheerleaders 
attended cheerleading camp at 
Governor Dummer Academy where 
they were one of the top team 
finalists. During the football season, 
the cheerleaders participated in 
many events such as the Santa 
Parade, and the Milli Vanilli Contest 
where they performed Annie's "Its A 
Hard Knock Life." The football season 
was successful as well as enjoyable. 





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Golf 




The golf team, led by senior captains 
Jon Desrocher and Kevin Oreal, placed 
2nd in the MVC division I, and also 
qualified for the state tournament. The 
team placed second in the state tour- 
nament finals. Kevin Oreal finished 
2nd and Jon Desrocher captured 3rd in 
the MVC individuals. Jon also carded 
the first hole-in-one in state tourna- 
ment history. Seniors Tom Green- 
wood and Kurt Bergeron each had a 
strong season. The team ended their 
season 13-3-0. 




irst row: Jeff Briggs, Jon Desrocher, Kevin Oreal, Kurt Bergeron Second row: Tim Cote, 
ohn Pickles, Tom Greenwood, Adam Gabryjelski Third row: Jeff Osgood, Mike Blanchet, 
tyan Nicholson, Justin Demers, Brian Licciardi 



Captains (Left to Right): Kevin Oreal and Jon 
Desrocher 



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Field Hockey 

This year the field hockey team had a great season 
finishing third in the MVC with a 7-4-4 record. The team 
had 7 starting seniors: Fran Beaudoin, Stacy Carrier, 
Kathy Johnson, and Stacey Knight. The senior tri- 
captains were Nikki Caron, Dawn Dubiel and Erin 
Stewart. Stewart was the leading scorer with 13 goals. 
Selected for the All-Star team were Fran Beaudoin and 
Stacy Carrier and on the All-Conference team were 
Stacey Knight and Erin Stewart. 

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became a great team. We proved it to ourselves in the 
Wilmington game where we played our hearts out and 
accomplished many goals. 

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Bottom Row (Left to Right): Kathy Johnson, Nikki Caron, Dawn Dubiel. Erin Stewan. Stacy Carrier, 

Stacey Knight, Fran Beaudoin. Second Row (Left to Right): Diana Rubin. Jessica Strasnick. Jenna 

Barbagallo, Kelly Miner, Allison Brucato Third Row (Left to Right): Bethany Barbagallo. Vanessa 

Willis, Lauren Hall. 

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Caron, Dawn (Little D) Dubiel. Erin (Stewiej 
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Girls' Soccer 



With a record of 9-7-3, the Girls' Var- 
sity Soccer Team finished in third 
place overall in the MVC. Led by 
coaches Kathy O'Connell and Mike 
Bolduc the girls made it to the state 
tournament for the first time in the 
school's history! 












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1st row — Arianne Duerr, Sarita Patel. Sarah Riedel. Laura Sanderson. Kathy Cote. Sarah 
Pearson. Nicole Wildes. Cara Riccio. 2nd row — Stephanie Habib. Jenn Morin. Melissa 
Caner, Melissa Smith. Robyn Danahy. Jamie Clement. Allyson Riccio. April Fluet. Kristen 
Thunstrom. Laura Curry. 3rd row — Meghan LaFlamme. Renee Benoit. Jen MacLeod. 
Kristen Santoro. LeeAnn Yerian. Gretchen Kiessling. Meghan Casper. Jen Melina. Katherin<. 
Curry. 



Boys' Soccer 

This year's boys' soccer team was 
led by senior captains John MacLeod, 
Shaun McCarthy, and Tim Yerian. 
They finished the season with a 4-7-6 
record. Kofi Dwomoh was named to 
the all conference team and Tim 
Yerian was selected as an all star. 




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1st row — Nathan Bell. Pat O'Donnell, Vishad Patel, Shaun McCarthy, John MacLeod, Tim Yerian, 
Bryan Buck, Loui Finocchario, Wade Kennedy. 2nd row — Todd LaPlante. John Thornton, Kevin 
Stacy, Marco Avilis, John Coco, Kofi Dwomoh. 3rd row Sam Coco, Matt Gi^lio. Adam Rovinski, 
Wesley Smith. 4fh row — Adam Demers, Stephen Houdlet. 



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Boys' Cross-Country 

The Boys' Cross Country team im- 
proved tremendously this year with a 
4-5 record up from a 1-9 record last 
year. Leading the team was co-captain 
and junior Max Manaya followed by the 
senior trio of Jay Ouelette and co- 
captains Darren Perocchi and Steve 
Bonaventura. The team was also 
helped by their new coach, Coach 
James. 




Steve Bonaventura, Darren Perocchi, Jav 
Ouellette 



1st row — Jay Ouellette, Steve Bonaventura, Maximo Manaya, Darren Perocchi. 2nd row - 
John Harrison, Manny Luberas. Kvle Flanagan. Bill Murphv. 3rd row — Mark Torrisi. Mike 
Melito. Allan Patel. Anthony Ellis. ' 



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Girls' Cross -Country 




1st row — Tracey Borucki, Becky Markey. 2nd row — Kacey Pelletier, Kristin Deshaies. 
Alyssa Bergeron, MaryBeth Fortune, Edyta Mudrewicz. 3rd row — Michelle Riopelle, Michelle 
Scott, Maria Dicroce, Alyssa Brown, Jen Robichaud, Jana Scalesi, Jen Goosens. Melissa 
Quinlan. 



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Girls' Swimming 

Surprisingly enough, the MHS Swim 
Team carried forty girls into their 1995- 
1996 season. The swim team finished 
their season with a 4-1 record. They 
suffered a heart breaking loss to Bil- 
lerica. Highlights of the swim season 
were the North Sectional Meet and the 
State Meet. The team sent six com- 
petitors to Sectionals. Linda Baik, Kerri 
Smith, Sarah Merrow, Kerin Pierce and 
Kristi Gray competed in swimming, 
while Shannon Towne competed in 
both swimming and diving. In the State 
Meet Linda swam well in individual 
events. She shattered the school rec- 
ord in the 50 yard freestyle. A com- 
mendable season was had by all. 





Captains (left to right) Jen Dube, Kerri Smith. 
Shannon Towne 



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1st row — Jen Dube, Kerri Smith. Shannon Towne. Coach Kara Nightingale. 2nd row — Meg Marcoux. j 
Tricia Maunsell. Kami Fouquart. Amanda Shaw. Marissa Kaslow. Julie Gosselin. Sarah Merrow. Michelle j 
Bellavance. Amy Cochran. 3rd row — Maria Forbes. Erica Hadley. Katie Sprance. Krisi Gray, Kerin 
Pierce. Jaime Bonacorsi. Jessica Smith. Stephanie Porter. Linda Baik 4th row — Heather O'Brien. Erin 
English. Jessica Frazier, Kim Potvin. Kristin Bradlev. Rebecca Haij. Rachel Walworth. Jaime Parker. 5f/i , 
row — Lisa Field, Joanna Bond. Lindsey Boucher.' Kern,' Valentine, Brenda Mansell, Adrienne Guzman. 
Kate Barker. 



Girls' Volleyball 

This year the MHS Girls' Volleyball 
Team had a great season. They were 
led by tri-captains Heidi Anderson, 
Jamie Cassidy, and Kendra Welch. The 
team ended the season with a record 
of 9-7. They advanced to the Sectional 
State Finals, losing to Dracut in the final 
round. Everyone played well. 




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ielley Lebel, Lisa Golobski, Shannon Murphy. 



Captains (left to right) Kendra Welch. Jamie Cas- 
sidy. Heidi Anderson 



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Girls' Basketball 



The girls' basketball team finished 
their season with a 19-5 record. The 
young team was led by co-captains 
Erin Stewart and Jamie Cassidy. 
Coach Hyde-Stott received her 300th 
career win early in the season, and 
Jamie Cassidy scored her lOOOth 
point. The girls beat their arch rival, 
Haverhill, in the regular season and 
also had a strong drive in the state 
tournament, finishing second in the 
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1st row: Erin Stewart. Jamie Cassidy. 2nd row: Katie Firth, Sarah Pearson. Jen Bradley. 3rd rev 
Coach McLaughlin. Melissa Wright. Lisa Golobski. Kelley Barden. Laura Curry, Katherir 
Curry, Hilary Glynn, Robin Daigle, Coach Hyde-Stott. 



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Boys' Basketball 

The 1995-96 MHS Basketball Team 
accomplished more than anyone ex- 
pected. With their record of 18-4, they 
won the large school championship in 
the MVC. A major accomplishment 
was winning the Christmas Tourna- 
ment. Richie Barden was the MVP of 
the tournament and MVP of the league. 
Brian Bettano, Dennis Dube and 
Richie Barden were named All- 
Conference for the league. Dave 
Jacobsen and Dana Garcia were also 
varsity standouts. 




1st row: Brian Bettano, Joe Golec, Kurt Bergeron, Chris Sturgis. Dan Garcia. 2nd row: Mark 
Qualter, Rob Rose, Mike Coughlin, Jason Kranelis, Dennis Dube. Steve Silva, Richie Barden. 
Dave Jacobsen, Coach Wevmouth. Asst. Coach Lucas. 



Captains: Brian Bettano. 
Dave Jacobsen. 



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Winter Cheerleading 

The MHS Varsity Cheerleading 
Squad was led by senior captains Julie 
Markey, Kristin Dinati, and junior cap- 
tain Bethany Lasonde. The cheerlead- 
ers' season ended with them taking 
first place in the David Prouty Cheer- 
leading Competition. 




Captains: Kristin Dinati, Bethany Lasonde. Julie 
Markey 



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Kneeling- Jennifer Dziedzinski, Diana Dellanno. Sarah Martin. Julie Markey. Kristin pmati. MB 
Soman?' Shannon Sullivan, Maria Gagne. 2nd row: Lori Delli Colli. De«dre Didio. Betha 
Lasonde, Kerri Markey. 



Hockey 




The hockey team ended it's season 
with a victory in the Newbury Bank 
Tournament. Top scorers on this 
year's Ranger Squad included: Jon 
Desrocher, Mike Garon, Tom Beaulieu 
and Jeff Malley. Jon Desrocher and 
Jason Daigle were chosen to play in 
the All-Star game. The team would like 
to say, "Thank you to Coach Joe Robil- 
lard for a fun season." 




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lifting: Eric Lebel, Phil Naroian, Jeff Malley. Mark Aiello, Jimmv Fontaine. Dan Kobrenski, Jason 
Jaigle. Standing: Jason Naroian, Coach Robillard. Gary Hughes. Jason Travato. Mike Kurps, 
latt Garon, Tom Beauliea, Mark Rapazzo, Ryan O'Hearn, Jeff Coco, Eric Corbett, Tim Cote, 
lobby Reddish. Mike Garon, Jon Desrocher. 



L-R: Mark Rapazzo, Mark Aiello, Eric Lebel, Jon 
Desrocher. Mike Garon. 



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Boys' Indoor Track 

The boys' indoor track team placed 
2nd in the Merrimack Valley Confer- 
ence, with a 7-2 record. The team was 
led by captains Jay Ouelette, Dayo 
lbraheem, Mark DaGraca, and Jong 
Baik. They were supported by a strong 
cast of seniors headed by Tim Har- 
ington, Donald Sestini, Peter Hitch- 
moth, Kevin Oreal, Steven Bone- 
ventura, Errol Macintosh, Darren Per- 
rochi, Tim Theberge, and Alex 
Bazdanes. 




Captains: Kazeem "Dayo" lbraheem, Jav 
Ouelette, Mark DaGraca, Jong Baik. 



1996 Boys' Indoor Track 



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Girls' Indoor Track 



The girls' indoor track team placed 
2nd in the Small School Division, 
with a record of 4-1. The team per- 
formed well in the State Relays. 
Patti-Ann Pawlick went on to com- 
pete in the New Englands, where 
she received 4th place. 







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Wrestling 

This year's wrestling team earned a 
5th place ranking in the state through 
hard work and discipline. Captains 
Sean Milovanovic, Kyle Flanagan, An- 
drew Erban, and Brian Cameron led 
the team to a 19-5 record. The team 
brought home yet another state cham- 
pionship to Methuen. Always in the 
corner for the Rangers was Head 
Coach Bob Fitzgerald and Asst. Coach 
Mike Bolduc. 




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Captains: Andrew Erban, Kyle Flanagan, Brian 
Cameron, Sean Milovanovic. 



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1st row: Dave Spitalare, Jake Pelletier, Brian Cameron. Kyle Flanagan. Sean Milovanovic. A 
drew Erban. Paul Courtemanche. Dave Kerins. 2nd row: Chris Ross. Anthony DiTomassi 
Nick Erban, Sunny Fountain, Chris Foster. Mike Shaw. 3rd row: Kevin McCarty. Craig Mina ; 
sian, Paul Halloway. Bobby Sharpe, Kenny Pilz. Ray Trembley. 4th row: John indeglia. Ste\ 
Pellerin, Kevin Dube. Coach Fitzgerald, Asst. Coach Bolduc. 




Gymnastics 

The gymnastics team had one of 
their best seasons, finishing with a 7-1 
record. They placed 2nd in the M.V.C. 
meet and 4th at the North Sectionals, 
which qualified them for the state com- 
petitions. This was the first year 
Methuen qualified for this top level of 
competition. Captain Jessica Gowell, 
Bethany Barbagallo, Ryann Welch, 
and Kelly Miner qualified for individual 
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Bethany Barbagallo, Krystina Knight. Keri Bergeron. Melissa Demers. Kathrine Baton. Allison 
Brucato. 

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Girls' Skiing 

The girls' ski team experienced 
much improvement this year. Valiant 
efforts were turned in by all members 
of the team. Excellent performances 
were turned in by Julie Porter, Gail 
Blotner, Shannon Towne, Francesca 
Beaudoin, and Meaghan LaFlamme. 
Keri Nason also had an outstanding 
season finishing eighth overall in the 
State Tournament. Thanks to every- 
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Captains: Shannon Towne. Francesca 
Beaudoin 



1st row: Shannon Towne. Francesca Beaudoin. Kerry Nason, Julie Porter. 2nd row Kara 
Saundier, Carrie Beaulieu. Gail Blotner. Megan Sachs. Dannie Morin. 3rd row: Coach Pez. Lisa 
Field, Jen Desinger, Cindy Zacharias. Christine Ferla. Jen Morin. 



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Boys' Skiing 

The MHS 1995-96 Boys' Ski Team, 
led by junior captains, Pat Pierce and 
Frank Biancardi, had many personal 
best times. Also providing great lead- 
ership skills were seniors, Tom 
Fawcett and Mike Santoro. Despite 
their record of 2-10, overall, the team 
did well. 





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1st row: Brandon LaFlamme, Mike Culhane, Adam McGrath. Jared Bell, David Murphy, Mark Ham- 
mond. Brian Kimball, Mark Fiorentini. 2nd row: Brian Collins. Tom Fawcett, Kevin Abraham, John 
Pickles. Frank Biancardi. Pat Pierce. Mike Santoro, Todd Pollack, David Sestini, Chris Wilcox, 
Coach Pez. 

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Officers: Mun Kim, Stacey Parker, Shaina front: Kerri Valentine. 1st row: Tracev Borucki. Allison Regal. Shaina Lannon. Asst. Coach 
Lannon, Lauren Taylor, Allison Regal. Reene Regal, Coach Jennifer DeRoche. Stacey Parker. Lauren Taylor, Mun Kim. Jennifer 

Jones. 2nd row: Heather O'Brien, Melissa Kern. Casey Lowe. April Burton. Laura Ackroyd. 
Cheryl Osgood, Beth Pierce. Pattv Moreau. Jennifer .Anderson. Sharon Pultar, Michelle De- 
smet. Maija Abbott. Tara Sandner, Gelareh Shavorkian. Julie Rousseau. 

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Boys' Volleyball 

Coach Mark Blanchet directed the Ran- 
ger Boys' Volleyball Team to an out- 
standing 17-3 season. Captains An- 
toine Hajjar, Tom Greenwood and 
Michael Blanchet encouraged a close 
team and led them to the state semi- 
finals. 





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Matthew Twomey, Frank Biancardi, Jonathan Totman. Thomas Green- 
wood. Lee Isensee, Michael Blanchet, Coach Mark Blanchet. 



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Girls' Spring Track 



The girls' spring track team fin- 
ished with a respectable record of 5- 
2-1. They placed third in the Merri- 
mack Valley, and fifth in the state. 
The field event team took first in the 
conference. 




The 1996 Girls' Spring Track Team 



Senior Co-Captain Francesca Beaudoin 



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Boys' Spring Track 

This year's boys' spring 
track team was one meet shy 
of a league championship. 
The team was led by senior 
Captains Dayo Ibraheem, 
Mark DaGraca, Jay Ouellette 
and Jong Baik. Kofi Dwomoh 
was chosen Field MVP for 
his achievement in the triple 
jump. Tim Harrington com- 
peted in the Nationals. 





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Softball 



Led by senior captains Heidi Ander- 
son and Nicole Wildes and seniors 
Kelly Cleary, Cara Riccio, Laura Sand- 
erson, and Shannon Towne, the soft- 
ball team had a great season, but was 
knocked out of the first round of the 
state tournament. Heidi Anderson was 
named All Conference, and the All- 
Stars were seniors Cara Riccio and Ni- 
cole Wildes, and junior Heather Ander- 
son. The team ended the season with 
a record of ll-lO-O. 




(1st row L-R) Amy D'Agosino, Katie Rock. Kelly Cleary. Shannon Towne. Cara Riccio. Allyson 
Riccio, Laura Sanderson. (2nd row L-R) Bill Anderson. Diana Rubin. Melissa Smith. Heather Ander- 
son, Heidi Anderson, Nicole Wildes, Sarah Riedel, Jen Bradley, and Coach Habib. 

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Nicole Wildes and Heidi Anderson 



Baseball 



Under the new leadership of Eric 
Cyr, Rob Aziz, Kevin Carpenito, and 
Chris Wnek the Ranger baseball team 
started off the season with an im- 
pressive SO record. Although they 
dropped twelve of the last fifteen 
games, the season still had its high- 
lights. Jimmy "Jam" Jajuga was named 
MVP and played on the All Conference 
team. Although the team fell short in 
their quest for the state tourney, they 
still played with enthusiasm. 




■Seniors (left to right): Mike Garon. Kurt Bergeron. Pat O'Donnell. 2nd 
'ow: Jim Jajuga. Jon Desrocher, Chris Palmisano. John MacLeod. 



1st row (left to right): Eric Coppetta. Jeff Bolduc. Mike Garon, Jim Jajuga, 
Kurt Bergeron, Jon Desrocher. Chris Palmisano, John MacLeod, Pat 
O'Donnell. Chris Sturgis. Coach Aziz. 2nd row: Coach Carpenito, Mike 
Coughlin. Steve Blinn, Brian Angelari. Tom Beaulieu. Adam Gabryelski, 
Rob Prindle, Matt Garon, Scott Coppetta, Scott Pellerin, Jarrod Canane, 
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Girls' Tennis 

The girls' tennis team this year was 
coached by first year coach Heather 
Cerrone. The girls ended the season 
with a record of 8-8. The team was led 
by two very enthusiastic varsity 
coaches, Sarita Patel and Jenifer Ata 
and the j.v. coach, Katie Simone. This 
year's M.V.P. award went to Rebecca 
DelDucca. 











(1st row)- Nicole Lagripo. Ami Shah. Beth Charest. Shannon Sullivan. Colleen. Lynch. Jod\ 
Amadillo Melissa Demers. Adrian Guzman. Kathv Perry. Katie Simone. Jennifer Pacheco (2nc 
row)- Stacie Forsvthe. Jenifer Ata. Sarita Patel. Jovce Muise. Shama Patel. Jo Fawcett. Encc 
Balfour (3rd row): Coach Cerrone. Rebecca DelDucca. Sara Buzby. Knstina ^ lm. Erin McNeil 
Nicole Nesbit Janel Henrv. Kelly McCanhv. Jade Dallon. Hi Chung Shin. Katie Loosigian. 



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Boys' Tennis 

With only one varsity starter returning 
from last year's team, senior co- 
captain Parag Patel, the boys' tennis 
team achieved a record of 5-11. Senior 
co-captain Wade Kennedy, Phil Naroian, 
and Dong Shin also helped the team 
with their great play. The team MVP 
was Phil Naroian and Most Improved 
was Hai Nguyen. The Coach's Award 
went to Barry Muise. This year's team 
kept in great spirits, with a team motto 
of "Winning is Good". 




1st row): Greg Davis, Brian Kimball, Parag Patel, Wade Kennedy, Ryan Burke, and Barry Muise. 
-2nd row): Coach Don Smith, Chris Arsenault. Alan Patel. Phillip Berthelsen, Dong Shin, Phillip 
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Laura K. Abraham 

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Quote. The moments may be temporary, but 
the memories are forever" 
Ambition To learn from the past, live in the 
present, and look toward the future 
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Quote Success is more a function "/ conj 
sisieni common sense than it is o) genius " 
Ambition To neuer have regrets! 
mil Club (1-2) si ience I luh (2-3) Natl Honor 
St tciety ._' 4-)GLEC(2-3)Peerieaders f3-*i Lite 
i tlymptcsil.J .41 Soccer 1 1 US Track ib Tennis 

I (4i 




Jong H. Baik 

Baika 
Quote: "Sometimes when you have to lose to 
win. " 

Saying: l want to go home 
Ambition: To boldly go where no man has 
gone before. 

Band (1-4) Natl Honor Society (2-4) Music 
Honor Society (I -4) Football (l-4Capt. W Track 
(l-4Capt.)S Track (1-4) 



Justin A. Baldwin 



Richard M. Barden 

Richie 
Ambition: To be successful in all I do. 
Model UN (4) Milli Vanilli (4) Basketball (3-4) 



William R. Barnes 




David R. Batchelder 



Alexander J. Bazdanes 



Francesca L. Beaudoin 

Checka. Chicken. Cesca. Fran. Fried Chicken 
Saying: En una boca cerrada. no entran 
moscas. 

Ambition: To own a small Japanese village. 
Natl Honor Society (2-4) Nat'l Art Honor 
Society (3-4 Pres.) Science Club (2.3.4) Field 
Hockey (1-4) Skiing (l-4Capt.) Softball (1-2) S 
Track (3-4) 



Melanie K. Beaudoin 

Mel 




Melissa K. Beaudoin 



Nicole M. Beaumier 



Carrie B. Beauregard 

Quote: First we want, then we get. then wc 

wonder why we wanted." 

Ambition: To successfully move forward in 

life, without forgetting the past 

Child Deu. tuiiMiicicH in (4) Yearbook (4) Life 

Olympics 11.2.4) 



Nathan D. Bell 

Nate Dogg 
Ambition: Do the best thing and maybe have 
a tittle fun at the same time 
Soccer (14) W Track (3-4) 



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Scott D. Bell 



Jason R. Benoit 

Jaybird 
Peerleaders n-2) Football il-4i 



Brenda A. Bergeron 



Kurt S. Bergeron 
Quote: "Don! give up. don't euer give up." 
Ambition Live long and prosper 
Nafl Honor Society t2-4i Student Seriate t4t 
Intl. Club (1-2) Golf i/4i Basketlxill fl-*j Base- 
hull (l-4-l 




Kacie D. Berube 

C.W.D. 
Quote: "Life is a preparation for the future, and 

the best preparation for the future is to live us if 

there were none." 

Ambitk >n: To be successful and Hue life to the 

fullest. 

GLEC (3-4) Model UN 14) Yearbook (4) Life 

< Mympics (2-4) Field Hockey {2) 



Sapna C. Bhadola 

Sappy' 

Quote l-.temity was ut that moment' 

sui/iMi/ I Ife is slum In ■<■ n up 

Ambition In succeed in ivhat I i)iiii/n is sin 

I ess 

Nati Spanish Honor Society (Pres.) /« < iui> 
ii4i Intl. club it 2) Sclera e ( lub i <*i 



Cindy L. Bohne 



Steven F. Bonaventura 

l.ulltii 

Qi tote "I feel the 1 1< •< ■< i >• «r speed" 

Milium WhafS i//)" 

Vnbttlon rolli e U/ie r< • lis Mtesi 

i /. iss ( ,, unit a 1 1 4< apt i u rrack(l-4Capt.)S 
I mi k n 4( qpi I 




Sonia Boucher 

Quote: "How can a person understand other 

people when they don't even understand 

themselues?" 

Saying: Everything happens for a reason. 

Ambition. To not accept less than I deserve. 

Child Dev. till) Academic Internship (4) Field 

Hockey (l-2Capt.) Softball (1) 

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Marybeth Bova 



Janet B. Brown 



Leslie R. Brown 




Bryan P. Buck 

P-Wee 
Concert Band (1-4) Jazz Band (1-4) Marching 
Band (1-4) Soccer (1-4) Volleyball (2-4) 



Stephanie D. Buck 

Saying: All right kilter. 
Ambition: Teacher/open a daycare. 
Color Guard (1-4) Art Honor Society (3) Winter 
Guard (I) Vision (1) NERC (J) Academic Intern- 
ship (4) 



Charles S. Buco 

Chuck 
Saying: Slacker 



Jeffrey M. Cadieux 




John V. Cahoon 

j.v. 
Quote: "Play out the game, act well your part, 
and if the gods have blundered, we will not. " 
Ambition: To make it through Medical School 
Band (1) Lyceum (1-3) Blue and White (2) De- 
bate (3-4 Pres.) Chorus (I) Model U.N. (4) Infl 
Club (Pres. 4) Infl Day (2-4) Science Club (3) 
Wrestling (2) 



Tanya Calamonici 



Nicholas J. Campiola 



Cristina M. Cardone 

„ ., Cris 

Saying: who cares. 

Ambition: l want to be an accountant or pre- 
school teacher. 
Chorus (i-4) DC Club (3-4) Milli Vanilli (4) 











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Nicole Caron 

Nikki 
Quote: "Obstacles are what you see when 
you take your eyes off the goal. " 
Ambition: To succeed in whatever 1 do. 
Peerleaders (1-3) Life Olympics (1-2) Field 
Hockey ( I -4Capt.) Softball (1-2) 



Heather J. Carrier 

Quote: "That which doesn't kill you can only 
make you stronger" 

Senate (3-4 pres.) Nat'l Honor Society (3-4) 
Natl French Honor Society (Sec. 4) SAC (3-4) 



Stacy M. Carrier 

Cizarrier 
Quote. "Live in a today, not in a tomorrow' 
Ambition: To have a family and be happy. 

Child Dev 1 1 III AIDS \i in in Committee t.i-4) 
Softball tl) Field Hockey 11-41 



Jonathan S. Caruso 



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Jamie-Lyn Cassidy 



Kamrang Chhun 



Rosa M. Chiola 

Quote: "You will neuet truly know someone ' 

(Peter Chiola) 

Ambition To \ra\ el ihe world 

DC Club il-4t Student Senate Mliisor (2 -3t In 

temational < lub /<<•;■> 121 glkc 3-4) 



I 

Jeremy R. Chouinard 




Kristie Chung 

Son 
Ambition: To manage on International cor- 
poration. 

Ndi7 Honor Society (2-4) .Science Club (3-4 
Secretary} Intl. Club (1.3.4} DC Club (2-4) Nafl 
French Honor Society (4) 



Ednita Cintron 

Sua 
Quote tin inn 11^ sweet and Innocent '/*- / 

look." 

Favorite saintm Let's go 

Nat'l Spanish Honoi Sot lety tSei retaiy} tnti 

Club 



Kelly A. Cleary 
Quote Friendships thai have stood the test 

time anil < biiiun ate surely besi " 

Ambition robeo me a kindergarten tea he 

( iniii iter ./ ttt Yearbook '-t' Lite Olympics 
,i r.4) Model us if" tii ack ;- i i' volley 
t mil: t i) Swimming (4) Trot k!2) Basketball ill 

^ ■III; ill 1/41 



Lucy Coco 
< oconui 

Qui tie I a e tree or <lie' 
S(ji/»ii( / ley man UXJSupl 
Business i mii(ii4i( bonis (2-3) 




Andrew R. Colliton 

Drew 
Ambition: Business manager. 
Football (1-2) Baseball (1,3) W Track (1-4) S 
Track (2) 



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Luigi Concemi 



Joy M. Conley 

Qui «e US the lime we spend together and the 
memories we make that mean ihe most in the 

end.' 

Ambition To aa omplish all q) /»</ gi mis in 

life 

Moitel UN i4i Academic internship (4) w 

Trackil4Capt is Trackll-4Capt I 



David K. Courteau 




Robert Currao 



Cynthia C. Dacey 



Mark J. DaGraca 

Quote: "Don't give up, don't ever glue up" 

Ambition: To be successful. 

Football (1-4) w Track (1-4) s Track (1-4) 



Stacy E. Daher 




Erick Daulton 



Janelle Deacy 



Catherine M. Debrocke 



Lindsay M. DeCecco 

Quote: "The comfort of having a friend may 

be taken away, but not that of having had 

one." 

Saying: Are you serious? 

Ambition: To work with children and 

somehow make a different e in the world. 

Peerleaders (1-4) Peer mediation (3-4) DC Club 

13-4) Aids Action Committee (3-4) Violence 

Awareness Committee (2-4) Student Senate 

(2-4) Ski Team (3) 




Jennifer R. DeClercq 



Michael E. DeCosta 

Soccer (2) 



Eric Deleon 

A (in isc 
Quote. 1'uin is u>eukness leui iiki the txidy 
Saying: Where Is Stat ey? 
Ambition: To aim high 



Daniel J. Dellanno 

Saying come on all tlte cool kids do it 



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Kendra L. DelliColli 



Salvatore Delmonte 

Quote: All the world's a stage, and all the men 
and women are merely players. ' 
Saying: For real?? 

Ambition: To perform on Broadway. 
Chorus (2-4) Musical tl-4) Peerleaders (1-3) 
Blue & White (1-2) Volleyball (1-2) 



Lara A. DeLucca 

Curely Sue 



Donald R. Demers 




Jason J. Demers 

Quote: "L/ue each day to the tallest. ' 

Saying: Shut up Stupid! 

Ambition: To be on Broadway. 

Intl. Club (13) Musical (1.3.4) Production < '.lub 

(4) Chorus (4) 



Stephen T. DeSanlis 



Dina A. Desharnais 

\lllplluT 

Quote it hi first you <i<>ni succeed < j • ■ > j .• < 

./. hi ii ; s< iinci/iiiH/ ivrong ' 

Sm/iinj i ii . iiii/ ,;/« mi i;. .ii i/ii kjiuu 

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Michelle B. Desmet 

n<«/j;ii/ ufe Is uxxtfl Uufng n i/nu make h 
Ambiiion: To be on elementary school mush 
teat he 

Chorus 1 1 4iI.</( eum(2 4) Mill! \tintlli .4' Mum 
mill 3)PeetleaderslllPeei Mediator iHl.oraz 
(3) NEFH 11.2) Mart H. >;>"f Sa (OU f3-*J Nafl 
MusiC Honor Society (4) Figure Skating < lub 

i! 4i 




Jon P. Desrocher 

JD 
Golf (l-4Capt.) Hockey (l-4Capt.) Baseball (I- 
4Capt.) 



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Kristin M. Dinati 

C.U'.D 
Quote: Life is a preparation for the future, and 
the best preparation for the future is to live as if 
there were none. " 

Ambition: To be happy and successful in 
whatever I may do. 

Peerleaders (I) GLEC (3-4) Intl. Club (1-2) var- 
sity Cheerleading (l-4Capt.t 



Jodi ML Dinsmore 



Bryan K. Dodge 




Kathryn E. Donahue 



Darcie F. Donegan 

Quote. "God can only mend a Broken heart if 
you give him all the pieces. " 
Saying: Boys-R-Bad. 

Ambition: To be a happy and successful el- 
ementary school teacher. 
Student Senate {2-4) Child Deu. (l.ll) GLEC (1-2) 
Field Hockey (1-2) 



Carrie A. Drolet 

Baby/ace" 
Quote: "Be strong, put up with life.' 

Saying: Whatever! 
Ambition: To get married. 



Amy L. Dube 

Saying Cot a quarter?" 
Ambition: To be a successful chef. 
Lorax (2-3) 




Jennifer M. Dube Paula A. Dube 

Saying: 1 love Mickey Mouse. Quote: 'Your "I will" is more important than 

Ambit/on. To become a doctor. your "I.Q." 

Band (1-4) Drum Major (3-4) Peerleaders (3) Ambition: To be happy with the choices that I 

Intl. Club (2 -3) Jazz Band (1-4) Winter Guard (4) make in life 




B-ball (1-2) Swimming (3-4) S Track (1) 



Chorus (1-2) Swimming (l-4Capt.) S Track (1) 



Dawn E. Dubiel 

Quoie: "You might misplace your confidence 
but you will never lose it." 
Ambition: Live life to the fullest. 
Peerleaders (1-3) Life Olympics (1.2.4) Softball 
(I) S Track (2) Gymnastics (1-3) Field Hockey 
(l-4Capt) 



Arianne G. Duerr 

Quote: "Life will sometimes hand you a mag- 
ical moment. Savor it." 
Peerleaders (-4) Intl. club (1-4) Soccer (1.2.4) 




Kofi O. Dwomoh Nicole F. Enger 

Quote: "I have a dream that one day we will all Ambition: I want to be a secretary, 
come together as one." Intl. club (l) Business Coop exp. (3-4) 

Ambition: To be rich. 
Soccer (1.3.4) S Track (3-4) w Track (4) 



Onelio O. Espinal 



Reynaldo O. Espinal 



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Miri<'lle Farah 

Mimo 

Quote" 'If life gives you lemons, make lem- 
onade!' 

Saying: Don't give up on tomorrow because 
you failed today 

Ambition I< > lie the next Liz Claiborne and to 
lead a long life full of health and happiness. 
DC Club (l) School Newspaper (l) 



Doreen M. Farnham 

Doe 

Quote. "Be strong, put up with life.' 

Saying HELLO! 

Ambition: To be one of a kind 

Chorus 12-3) Art Honor Society 12-41 ,\ lilh Van 

illi (3-4) 



Elizabeth A. Farrah 

Liz 
Ambition: To be a British agent in tin se< r i 
service 

Student Senate 1 1 2iSoftlxill (1-2) Basketball < 1 1 
Skiing (1-2) Field I lot key (1-2) W Track t4t S 
Track 13-41 



Ryan P. Favazza 




Thomas M. Fawcett 

Tom, Leaky 

Quote "(lot ^omei/hing to eat?' 
Saying: often wrong but never in doubt 
DC Ci'ub (I 4) Skiing 14) 



Luigi Finocchiaro 



Todd I>. Francis 



Ellen M. Gaffney 
Quote when someone does you wrong 
don't dn what comes naturally, <i<< what 
i • mes supematuraUy. lot e them ' 

g lust alien gnu thought (/<«/ knew 

-. WTM ■ 

Ambition robe happy, healthy and succeed 
m everything i dn 




Andre L. Garand 



Michael J. Garon 



Michael P. Georgopolis 



John B. Gilbert 
Gillu 
Ambition. To run for the presidency nt titc 
i s and defeat all those who challenge me 
VAC {2-31 WARN 13) Blue and White (4) Peer 
leaders (1-41 Football (1)S Track i_'-4> W Track 
(2-41 



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Jennifer J. Gingras 

Jenna 
Saying: "Don't worry we'll get home." 



Sevgi Erdemir Goktug 



Michael A. Goulet 



Jessica L. Gowell 

Quote: ~vou have to learn the rules of the 
game. And then you have to play better than 
anyone else. " 

Peedeaclers (1-2) AIDS Action Committee (3-41 
AIDS Danceathon (3-4) Life Olympics (2-4) 
Gymnastics (1-4C) M.V.C. All Conference 




Karen M. Grandmaison 



Thomas J. Greenwood 

Quote. "Life's short, play hard. " 
Peerleaders (3) Nat'l Music Honor Society (1-4) 
Nafl Spanish Honors Society (4) Golf (1-4) B 
ball (2) Volleyball (l-4Capt.) 



Andrew J. Griffin 

Andy 
Quote: "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to 
yield " 

Intl. Club (1-4) DC Club (2-3) Nad Honor 
Society (2-4) 



Ellen K. Grillo 




Jennifer M. Grillo 

Jen 
Saying: Ya know. 

Ambition: To live life to the fullest one day at a 
time 

Band (14) Drum Motor (4) Jazz Band (4) Winter 
Guard (4) Chorus (4) 



Ronny G. Haddad 



Amanda ,\i. Hajj 

/ lafibroLun 
Qi « id- insi do it-Nike.' 
Saying whateual 
Ambition To iii> to college and become a 

/ISI/I / Ill/ill |/SI 

Intl. club (13) Nat'l Honor Society (2-4-) Peer- 
leaders 114] SOCCer (1-2) (1.2.4) 



Antoine J. Hajjar 

/ / 
Art Honor Society (4) Basketball a . 

I Kill (3 4) 



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Robert J. Hamman, Jr. 

Bobby 
Saying: Wankwank! 
Ambition: To be an FBI agent. 
Football (I) S Track (1) 



Ryan Hanlon 



Timothy M. Harrington 



Jessica L. Harvey 

Jess 
Quote: 'It is easier to leave angry words un 
spoken, then to mend a bean whose words 
rial '- broken.' 
Ambition: To succeed in all I do. 





Tasha Harvey 



Allison E. Herman 

Quote t aunt your u<)c by friends not years 
count your life by smiles not tears.' 
Saying l need a nap 
Ambition. Go to college and I «•< omea / > *■> s 

worker. 



Jason Herra 

Qui >u- i hat c bet i me < < trrtfortably numb' 

Sayuui II you u-unt something act //' 
\nitniion: To lx' British 
Tennis (I) 



Peter J. Hitchmoth 

lliiih 
qui in- -Life is 100 stton 10 dani e u uh ugfy 
i litis ' 

Milium tin iinif 

Ambltli >n To l>e diny. slinky, filthy, nch 
l an Kymp/cs (1-3) W Track II-*) S Track <i 4> 
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Patrick S. Hoey 

Dragon 
Quote. "Dohr 

Saying Courage is knowledge of ones 
strengths, as cowardice is knowledge o/ 
one's weaknesses. 

Ambiiion: To be a computer programmer/ 
engineer 
Band (1-4). Jazz (1.4) Marching (1-4) 

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Matthew P. Howshan 



Alesha B. Hughes 

GAG 
Sail Honor Society (2-41 Nail Spanish Honor 
Society (4) Siudeni Senaie (3-41 Field Hockey 
<i-3)S Track i3i 



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Jason N. Hull 



Kazeem D. ibraheem 

Quote: "Knowledge is Power!" 
Ambition: To be the first black president. 
DC Club (1-4) Peer Leaders (1-4) Intl. Club (1-3) 
Class President (3-4) Peer Mediation (3-4) Stu- 
dent Support Service (4) AIDS Dancea thon 
(3-4) DECA (3-4) V.A.C. (2-3) DARE (3-4) Life 
Olympics (1-4) Bloodmobile (4) Football tl-4) 
VV Track (1-4) S Track (J -4) 



Hiedi L. Jackson 

Hied 
Quote: "Tis better to have loved and lost, than 
never to have loved at air 
Saying: 1 don't get it! 
Ambition: To be a psychologist 



David W. Jacobsen 




James P. Jajuga 



Jalynn Jimenez 



Jennifer J. Johnson 



Kathy A. Johnson 

Ambition: To have a family, a successful job 
and a smile on my face. 
AIDS Action Committee (3-4) Senior Class 
Play Field Hockey (1-4) Gymnastics (1-4) 




Christopher R. Jones 



Wade A. Kennedy 

The Gimp 
Quote "A closed mouth gathers no foot. " 
Saying: Two wrongs don't make a right, but 
three rights make a left. 
Ambition: To be a big Honkin Stud. 
Soccer (1.3.41 W Track (3-4) Tennis (3-4) 



Mun S. Kim 

Quote: Knowledge is Power." 

Saying: Love Van 

Ambition: I want to become a doctor and live 

liealtlu). 

Natl Honor Society (2-4) DC Club 0-4) AIDS 

Action committee (2-4) MERC tl) French Club 

(2 4 officer 3) Science Club (1-4 VP 4) Lyceum 

(4) Figure Skating (3 4 Sec.) Tennis (3-4) 



Tony C. King 



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Sheri L. Kirby 

Quote "Amore Vincil Omnia' 
Ambition To graduate college with a Master's 
Degree in social work. Chorus (4) Peer Media- 
lion (2) Fishbowl id 



Meredith A. Kirkman 

Mem 
Quote: "Life is the game that must be played ' 
Saying: Oh. but we do hauefun! 
Ambition: To be a police officer and live a 
happy life. 

GLEC 11-21 Life Olympics ID Child Dec II t4i 
yearbook W Field Hockey (1-2) Softball IDS 
Track (3-4) 



Stacey Knight 

oki >«■ ~From all small beginnings come great 

things ' 

Saying Want me to tell you " Sfi try ' 

AIDS \< Hon ' ommittee (3-4) AIDS Dance-a- 

thon i (4i Life Olympics (2.4> Field Hockey 

H-4) MV( \u t onference 



Laura L. Lacasse 




Melissa J. Lacroix 

NANA 
Quote: "Life is what you make of it. ' 
Saying: Typical guyl 

Ambition: To lie u sui c css/ul /)si/< /io/ik/isi 
RO.T.C (4) 



Douglas W. Lambalot 



Kelly E. Lane 
Quote Reach for the moon If you fait short 

you mini laml on a ~-i"t 
vmbltii 'M To in < /Hi- n i tin fullest 
Senate <t> \tiiit \ aniiit (4j t iumnastfi - ./ 41 



Shaina J. Lannon 
Qui 't< Don't do today what you can put ><n 

until lorn, Hi- 

Ambition To be in the 2004 i tlympics 
inti Club (l) Figure Skating (1-4 Copt .m- 




Cristina L. Laorenza 

Crissy 
Quote. "However rare true love may be. it is 
less so than true friendship. ' 
Peerleaders (1-3) Intl. Club (1-4) Life Olympics 
(I -2) Yearbook (4) Nail Spanish Honor Society 

(4) 



Todd J. Laplante 

Soccer d-4) 



Shawn R. Latulippe 

Saying: VesJ 
Ambition Tn make a lot 01 money 



Ann H. Le 

Quote 'Knowledge is /'< twen' 
Saying 1 don' knou 

Ambition: To become an environmental en- 
gineer 
Sail Honor Society (3-4) SERC It) 



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Hanh Le 



Andrea S. Leal 



Eric C. Lebel 

Dumb Frenchman 
Quote. "The end of wisdom is lo dream high 
enough, to lose the dream is the seeking of it." 
Saying. Oh. 1 don't know! 
Ambition: To be the best 1 can be 
Hockey (2-4) 



Marie E. Lemay 




Christine M. Lemieux 



Ka-Yee Li 

Kane 
Quote: "You should listen to advice and then 
have the courage to make your own deci- 
sion." 

Saying: I don't know! 
Ambition: To be an architect. 
Science Club (3-4) DC Club (3-4) Music Club 
(1-2) Swimming (21 



Erica Little 

Saying: You're funny! 

Ambition: To go to college and become suc- 
cessful. 
Field Hockey (I) W Track (1-2) S Track (1-2) 



Wellington Lluberes 




Danielle M. Logrippo 



Mabel Lora 



John W. Lough, Jr. 

Ambition. I'ltiy Maior Lear )uc Baseball 
Baseball (2) 



John J. MacLeod 

Quote: "It's a rough road that leads to the 

heights o\ greatness." 

Ambition To graduate from college and 

make u lot o) money. 

Salt Honor Society 12 41 Sat'l Sixmish Honor 

Society (4) Soccer (I 4Ca\)t) Baseball II 41 



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Michael R. MacPherson 



Timothy J. Mailloux 



Andrew D. Marcoux 

.\ndy 
Quote: Treat people the way you want to be 
treated 

Saying: Hoop De Doo'. 
Ambition: To own my own business 
Business Coop t4i 



Julie L. Markey 

Ambition: To successfully meet all of hies 

challenges and to stay in touch with my 

friends. 

Yearbook i4-)LifeOlympicsi.n\tilli\'aniUi t3-4t 

Cheerleading (1-4 Capt.) 




George Maroun 



Shaun McCarthy 

Quote -"1 1 1 ii 1 1 a i ept failure hut I cannot ai eept 
not trying ' 

SaflHonot S. u iciyiJ 4il'eerleaderstl 4is, ., 
cer (l-4Capi.) W Track (1-3) S Track il i) 



Errol J. Mcintosh 

u\< 
Quote Racism 
Saying whais up son? 
vmblr/i in i" aim i\i<ii> 
i ootbali n-4)S inn k(i-4) B ball a 2) 



Andrew j. Messina 




David D. Messina 



Amy Michaud 

Quote: "If yon always do what you always 
did you'll always get what you always got.' 
Ambition: To succeed in all I do. 
Child Dec. (ill) Model UN Hi Bloodmobile (41 



Elizabeth M. Michaud 

Quote; 'This above all: To thine own self be 

true.' 

Ambition: Ti > he vice-president of Super Swirl 

Incorporated and live happily ever after 

Sat'l Honor Society t2-4i Natl French Honor 

Society t4) AIDS action committee i3-4i Field 

Hocke'y d-3) Ski Team il-2t 



Melanie R. Minassian 
Miss priss 

Quote, it ai >a donl stand for something, 

you'll fall tor anything.' 

'Ambition To become ./ successful inter 

national marketing manager. 

French Club (1-3) <iLE( '4' Intl ( lul> it -31 Lite 

Olympics (3) Peerleaders 11-41 Model UN i4i 

Tennis i3-4i 



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David A. Minichino 



Timothy V. Moniz 



Lynn A. Murach 

Linnie 
Quote: Smile it's the second best thing you 
can do with your lips. " 
Saying. Serious!!! Are you serious? 
Ambition: To have a successful job b to get 
married and Hue happily ever after. 
Life Olympics (1-2) Color Guard (3) Coop (4) 
Winter Guard (4) Volleyball (I) S Track (2) 



Matthew J. Nadeau 




Kerry Nason 

Ski Team (1-4) Soccer (1-2) S Track (2-4) 



Joseph J. Normandin 

Joe 
Quote. "Become what you are. " 
Saying: A otro perm con ese hueso. 
Ambition: Utopia/social reform/world dom- 
inion 

Science Club (l-4Sec.)lntl. Club (lBull.2.3) DC 
Club (3-4) Project Awareness (3.4) Nafl Honor 
Society (2-4) Tennis (3-4) S Track (2) Country 
(2-3) W Track (2) 



Nelson L. Nunez 

Quote. Take (he bull by its horns. " 

Saying: That's Dead. 

Ambition: To become a Sgt. Major in the 

Army. 

R.O.T.C. Color Guard and Raider Challenge 

(3-4) 



Frank Nuzzi 




Patrick O'Donnell 



Kevin A. Oreal 

Ace 
Golf (2-4) Baseball (1-2) W Track (2-4) Basket- 
ball (I) 



Jay J. Ouellette 

Saying Second place is the first person to 

come in last. 

Ambition: To remain worry free. 

So< i er (1-2) Cross Country (3-4) W Track il- 

4Capl.)S Track tl 4< apt.) 



Daniel R. Palmer 

Danny Me Boy. Dan 
Quote Be careful what you do. any friend. 
Young hearts are the easiest to break, yet the 
hardest u < Ileal in tlic end 
Ambition: To be the best I will be. 
Lyceum (2 4) An Editor (3-4) yearbook (4) Edi- 
tor-in-chief (4) Art Editor (4) JROTC 13 4) Mill! 
\ anllll (4i Art Honor Society (2-4) 

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Christopher C. Palmisano 

Chris 
Quote "No mailer what happens, someone 
always knew thai it would." 
Saying Whateuer! 

Ambition: To Hue up to my expectations. 
AIDS Action Committee (4) AIDS Dance-a- 
Ihon (3-4) Baseball (1-4) 



Rosario Parisi 

Rosie 
Quote "Simply Do or Die" 
Saying: I Can't Drive 55! 
Ambition: To be a Slate Trooper 
Football til 



Stacy L. Parker 

Stace 
Quote "Hang on to your dreams. ' 
saying what am i birdseed? 

Ambition: To be happy 

Intl. Club 13-41 Chorus a-2) Figure Skating 

Club 12-4 Capt i Tennis (3-4) 



James A. Parolisi 




Parag K. Patel 

Ambition: To make an everlasting difference 
in society and in the world. 
Science Club (l-2Tres,3V.P.,4 Pres.) DC Club 
(2-4) Nat'l Honor Society (2-4V.P.) Intl. Club 
(2-4) Peerleaders (3) Debate Irani 13} Null 
Spanish Honor Society 14) W Track (2-3) 
Tennis (I 4Capt.) 



Sarita P. Patel 

Quote 'Si >;«ts< m ever Ixxame great by (ml 

union Samuel it »/i/is< >n 

Saying So II goes 

Ambition to become an Ml) 

Intl. Club tl 41 Senate tl.2.4lScienci i Intnl. j 

sec 3.4i D( < lot) it. 2.41 Peerleaders i I i 

Hand ii. j. 4i Tennis it 41 Sot i er it 4) u track 

11.2) 



Vishad N. Patel 
\mbltli in Safe one persi ms life 
Natl Hi 'vi Sot nil/ 12-4- Set I iini < luh a 2 4< 
s, iem . i in/. 12 iTres -fix < tub 13-41 sari 
s;«;;n~-i? Honor Sodeiy (4) Soccer ti-4i wres 



Patti-Ann Pawlick 

POIti FOieS 

Quiite Dont teach donl preach, dont try to 
reach fust seek and all will come to you' 

Saying / Ck 'ti 

:4' sic retaiy i u/t < Humpies 
U-4)GLEt f 1.2.4) NERt ti)Bioodmot£e(4)\\ 
i unk 12 4< apt is Track (I 4( apt i Basketball 
Ul Field Hocki 




Raymond E. Pelletier 



Darren Perocchi 

Ambition: To walk the earth like Cane in 
"Rung Fu. " 

Art Honor Society (2-3) Cross Country il- 
4Capt.) W Track (1-4 Capt.iS Track tl-4Capi.) 



Jill K. Phillips 

Ambition: To pursue a career in cosmetol 
ogy 



Amy B. Piazza 

Quote True loic is like ghosts which /<•<< 
Ihilc seen but many speak i >l ' 
Ambition: To Hlv life to the fullest 
Student Senate t2\ Peerleaders \2) \nlli \unilli 
12) W Track U-2IS Track tl) 



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Christopher J. Piazza 



Kristen Piccirillo 

"Pic" or "Kris" 
Quote: "It is better to have one friend oj great 
value than many friends who are good for 
nothing. " 

DC Club (3-4) GLEC (3-4) AIDS Action Com- 
mittee (3-4) Peer Mediation (3-4) WARN (3-4) 
Yearbook (4) Model UN (4) Field Hockey (1-2) 
Softball (1-3) Peerleaders (4) VAC (3-4) 



Siomisel Polanco 



Julie M. Porter 

Intl. Club (3-4) Natl Spanish Honor Society (4) 
Ski Team (3-4) 




Stephanie R. Puglise 

Steph 
Quote: "Live your life for what it is today for 
tomorrow may never come. " 
Ambition: To be a teacher 
Child dev (ill) 



Sharon Pultar 

Quote: "If someone hugs you, don't be the first 

to let go. " 

Saying: It's not PMS. I'm jusr naturally litis 

way. 

Ambition: To become a recognized writer 

and never lose touch with my friends 

Figure Skating Club (2-4) Lyceum (1.2CO- 

ed.3.4) Blue & white (3-4) Intl. Club (3) Lorax 

(3) Milli vanilli (4) Chorus (2-4) 



Mark A. Qualter 

Q 
Quote: "You have to expect things of yourself 
before you can do them." 
Blue & White (4) Football (1-4) Basketball (1-4) 



Dustin A. Quinlan 

Quote: "No matter how old you get. hug and 
kiss your mother. " 

Saying: Throw on your hazard lights and 
keep on truckin'. 




Mark J. Rapazzo 

Rappa 

Quote "Elvis has left the building." 
Saying: Give blood, play hockey 
Ambition: To study the paranormal. 
Hockey (1-4) 



Tara J. Reardon 

Tapa Assdon 
Saying: Oh. okay! 
Ambition: To be a police officer 



Miguel A. Rentas 



Cara L. Riccio 

GAG. 

Quote: Don't take life too seriously because 
you'll never gel out alive." 
Peerleaders (31 Soccer (1-4) Softball (1-4) 
Haskell xill 112) W tun k CD 



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Christopher J. Rickard 



Steven C. Rinaldo 



Robert P. Riopelle 

BoboChunneheai ) Rj< p 
Quote: "/i rakes a big man 10 cry bul fl rakes an 
even bigger man to laugh at him. ' 
Ambition: To play the accordion it: a i*ilku 
band. 
Baseball (1-2) 



Yanira Roman 

Quote: My mosi prized pt "-.session is my 
faith m Jesus Christ for in Htm we hut e every- 
thing, without Him. nothing.' 
Ambition: To please my God. my parents, 
arid myself. 
Sail Spanish Honor Society i4i 




David M. Romano 



Amanda J. Rotondo 



Rochelle Rousseau 



Rita R. Saadi 




Jenny L. Saba 



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Julie R. Samataro 

GAG. 
Quore: "Wherever you are. it is your own 
friends who make your world." 
Ambition: To live a long, happy, andsuccess- 
ful life, and to keep in touch with all my 
/riends. 

Peerleaders (2-3) Life Olympics d-4) DC 
Club(l-2) Milli Yanilli Hi Walk against Child 
Abuse (4) Child Dev. (ill) G.L.EC. (1-3) Year- 
book (4) Field Hockey (1-2) Basketball (1-2) 
Softball (1-2) 



Ada Sanchez 



Laura A. Sanderson 

G.A < . 

Quote: "We never know the true value of 
friends while they live u rare n n i sensitive i J 
their faults: when wehavelosi them we only 
see their virtues. ' 

Sail Honor Society (2-4) Peerleaders -4 
Class Vice Presideiit (2-*) Milli Vanilli 41 Life 
Olympics ,2 1 St iccer (t-*)St iftball fi 4 1 Basket 
I Hill il.'i w Track 131 




Stacy M. Sanguedolce 



Niurka L. San tana 

Nikki 
DC (1-4) Intl. Club (1-2) Natl Art Honor society 



Melanie M. Santell 



Michael J. Santoro 




Kirk T. Saraceno 

Quote: "You have to laugh at yourself be- 
cause you'd cry your eyes out if you didn't. " 
Ambition: To be the sex goddess of the 
western hemisphere 

Blue & White (1-2) Lyceum (3-4) DC Club (2-4) 
VAC (3-4) WARN (3) Peerleaders (4) Project 
Awareness (4) aids Action Committee (3-4; 
MHS Theater Guide (3-4) World of Difference 
(3) AIDS Dance-athon (3-4) Chorus (4) 



Kortu S. Selli 



Donald J. Sestini 



Meredith D. Shea 

Merri 
Quote: "Life is what you make of it." 
Saying: Cute?! we could do that. 
Ambition: To become a veterinarian. 
Color Guard (3-4) Winter Guard (4C) Chorus 
(1-4) AIDS Dance-athon (4) 




Elizabeth D. Shephard 

Quote. "Take life one day at a time. " 
Saying: Anyways getting back to me. 
Ambition: To live a long happy life near the 
ones I love. 

Intl. Club (I) Natl Spanish Honor Society 14) 
Yearbook (4) 



Hyechung Shin 

Band (l-2i Intl. Club (3-4) Natl Honor society 
(2-4) Blue b White (4) Natj Music Honor 
Society (2-4) Soccer (21 Tennis (1-4) 



Melissa R. Sidlik 

Mis 
Quote: A dreamer lives for eternity. " 
Ambition: in enjoy life. 

MilliVanilli (2)Volleyball IDS Track (I) WTrack 
(2-3) 



David Silva 



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Craig R. Simone 



Kelly M. Simone 

Kelly Belly 
Quote: "Hitch your wagon to a star ' 
Saying: Yah. no. kinda. sorta. . not really . . . 
I don't know!" 

Ambition: To do well in college and in every- 
thing I do. 

DC Club (1-4) AIDS Action Committee (2-4) 
Peer Mediator 13) Winter Guard 12) Yearbook 

(4) 



Sherry D. Skaff 



Kerri Anne Smith 

C\\ D. 
Quote: 'Life is a preparation for the future and 
the best preparation for the future is to lit e as il 
there were none ' 

.\nibition: To aclvere my goals to the best of 
my ability. 
Swimming tl-4Capt.) S Track it <> 




Nicole M. Soucy 

Nicky 
Quote: "If everybody is somebody, then 
nobody is anybody." 
Saying: Seriously?' 

Ambition: To be an elementary teacher 
Intl. Club (2-4) Ring Club (2) 



Victoria J. Spada 



Erin Stewart 

Sick Sleu ir Heel Steu art 



Quote Heath Imih l<>r (/»■ *iur* lie hidden in 

i dee 
cedes the y/Mil 



your soul Dream deep l< >r erery dream pre 



Haskell tall tl 4 ( apt i Pield hiMkey it 4 ( apt i 
Track ill /'.'i -i lender* tj 4)1 He ( HympiCS (2.4) 
i In** i iffli er 12 4) \lillt \ anilli [2 4i Yearbook 
ediKir i4i till Mulnuil nli 1 14) 



Melissa J. Stoehrer 





Amy StPierre 



Ryan W. Student 



Jong Suh 

Quoie. "I am nor as suwt and innocent as I 

look." 

Saying: Do you have any money? 

DC Club i2~ii Peer Mediator (3-4) Intl. club >3i 



Rachel M. Sullivan 



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Nicole A. Tarquinio 

Quote. The only reward of virtue is virtue; the 
only way to huve a friend is to be one." 
Ambition: To lead a happy, successful, and 
lulfilling life. 

DC Club (3-4.) GLEC (4) Life Olympics (2) 
Basketball (1-2) 



Lauren R. Taylor 

Quote Talk hard!' 

Saying: Yeh. 

Ambition: Contentment 

Intl. Club (1-3) Science Club (3-4) Karl Honor 

Society (2-4-) 

Figure skatittg (2-4 Co-Capt.) 



Deborah A. Tessier 

Debbie 
Quote: "I never think of the future, it comes 
soon enough." 

Saying: I'm so embarrassed for you! 
Ambition: To be happy and successful and to 
fceep in touch with my friends. 
Natl Art Honor Society (2-4) Yearbook (4) 
Child Dev till) 



Timothy Theberge 

Rudy 
Quote: Second star to the right, and straight 
on till morning.' 
Saying: My bad 
Ambition: To become president 
Intl. Club (1-4) DC Club (1-3) Blue & White (1-3) 
Nail Honor Society (2-4 Pres.) Football (3-4) 
Skiing (l) S Track (1.2.4) W Track (2-4) 




Thomas R. Thibodeau 



John S. Thorn 



John Thornton 

Ambition: To make money of course. 
Soccer (1-4) Skiing (1-2) 



Cheryl Thunstrom 

Thundercloud. Hollywood 
Quote: Real love lasts forever" 
Saying: I'm sorry 
Ambition: To be an actress 
Intl. Club (J -4) DC Club (2-4) Feerleaders 0-4) 
Peer Mediation (3-4) GLEC (3-4) Figure Skat- 
ing (1-3) Softball d-2) Skiing (4) S Track (4) 




Joseph Tombarello 

M.C.J. 

Quote: Trust mc " 

Saying: What are you talking about? 

Ambition: id be the most known [xrsott in 

the world 

Photography (4) Graphic arts 12 31 



Heather Torla 

C.VV.D. 
Qui ne "When ive lose a friend we did a Utile" 
Saying < 'izzarier&Liiazz! What's up Stewart? 
Anil ntti in. To I >e .si ici essft t\ ft- ti > be ; m s/< lent 
ol Super Swirl Inc. 
Si I ii »i/ Paper (2 4i Editor i-n Sail Art Soi iety 



Shannon Towne 

G.A.G 
Quote: "WrinMes should merely indicate 
where smiles have been ' 
. \n ibitu >ii T< i si imehow make a ( tifft 'ret it e in 
the lives oi others 

Xutl Span I Ion. Society f4j lull < lubil ii /)( 
( lull ,j> Peerleaders it ji Life < )lympics a ji 
stu. Senate 13-41 Mill! Vanilliw i rhk i4 editor) 
Model I TV (41 Swim (14 (apt i Skniui i (4 
(apt tSflbl it 4i lisklbl it ji 



Maria Trovato 

Quote: "You opened my eyes to the world 
now do me a fauor and close them 

Ambition To make all my dreams come tru<' 



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Matthew Twomey 

Matt 
Quote "In order to succeed one must fail at 
some point' 

Saying. You know ivhat's up! 
Ambition: Touuork hard, live long, laugh o)ten 
An Honor Society (2-4) AIDS Action (3-41 
dare. (3-4) Peerleaders (1-2) aids Dance-a 
than (3-4) Baseball (1-2) Basketball id 



Jason Vallone 

J.D. 
Saying Rlzzo 

Ambition: To in ( life u > the fullest andsut ceed 
JROTC (3-4) Haider Challenge Stqf) {2-4-1 Staff 
Sgt i4i W Track (4) S Track (4) 



Jessica Wareing 

saying isn't he a studmufpn? 

Ambition To liue happy oikI successful life 

among family and frii J H is 

( hildDev il.ll) Yearbook t4t Model i \ w 



John F. Waring 




Tara E. Webb 

whitey 
saying. Whatever! 

Ambiiil >i i: 7< ) be a st i< ( < SS/l il \x.\ Ik itrii nurS 
Intl. Clut> (i) Business < nop (4) 



Kendra Welch 

Yearbook ui Art I lonot Sex /<•»/ (4) Basketball 
(12) Volleyball (2 4 Capt.i < n ss ( i untry tit 



Vanessa White 

\, s- 
Quote Things will neva stay ti»- M»>k' (/*• 
i Inly • me sure i/iing Is change' 
S iyir> i It's all good 
\mbltlon To be a leadta 

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i ommluee i-n I hoots (4j UDS tkjnce-a-thtn 
13-41 Ufe Olympics (2 s Vcode/nfi tntan(4) 



Nicole Wildes 

OAG 
Quote \ <i<kiI is a dream u Ith a aeatttne ' 
Ambition !<• accomplish my gnat- and 
ilreums 

Natl Honor Society -■ ; Vat Rnendi homo/ 
Society (4) Peerteoaers i Soccer tl-4) SoftuaB 

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Eric Wolfenden 



Christopher Woodard 



Timoth> r Yerian 

Quote 'insane »> the i Jaaine" 

Sailing Get Yerian here 
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Late Arrivals 




David Fernandez 



Matthew R. Field 



Jason Royston 



Shy Seniors 



Patricia F. Allicon 

Luis Daniel Rivera Baez 

Laurence G. Bejjani 

Arelis Bonilla 

Dennis R. Bournival 

Anthony M. Campagnone 

Timothy A. Currier 

Charles DeJesus 

Emine V. Demirel 

Christopher J. DiPrima 

Joseph M. Flemming 

Tarrah M. Hannagan 




Eileen M. Judge 

Lisa A. LaValley 

Greg Maxwell 

Eric Torrence McLean 

Charles E. McRobbie 

Trina Murphy 

Nirav Patel 

Stephanie N. Saba 

Steven J. Silva 

Dana L. Sullivan 

Miguel Torres 



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In Loving Memory of Jong Choi 





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MEMORIES OF A FRIEND 

Thinking back to winter track, and all the 
memories are coming back, of all the times 1 
warmed up and ran right beside Jong with 
great pride. He was a popular guy with family 
and friends who loved him dearly. 

Memories imprinted in my mind of the things 
he said and did and all the sarcastic jokes 1 still 
remember clearly. 

1 think of how memories fade and know that 
mine will always stay, for I am sure he is 
someone I will never forget. 1 know most of you 
feel the same way. One thing 1 will miss the 
most is the way he would tell me to shut up in 
fifth period study! 1 am truly going to miss him, 
as we all will in some way. 

An Anonymous Friend and Team Member 




Learn as if you would live forever; 
Live as if you would die tomorrow. 





IN MEMORY OF JONG 

Good times and heartache 

that's what life can bring. 

Best friends and pain 

to name a few things. 

From the time we were young 

Best Friends were we; 

An inseparable twosome, 

You and Me. 

As time went on and 

years went by; 

New Friends were made 

but we stuck side by side. 

We all became a tight knit clique, 
Closer than close and thicker than thick. 

Mother Nature brought us our pain 

and a permanent cloud 

over our hearts will hang. 

Why? Is the question 

that remains in our minds. 

Why were you here 

for such a short time? 

And in our midsts your shadow remains 
in our circle of friends, 
although not the same. 

And to my best friend, 

1 want you to know; 

memory of you 

won't be let go. 

To the Best Friend I ever had, 
I love you, Jong 

by Matt Twomey 



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Shannon Towne & Todd Francis 




Flirt & Casanova 

Julie Samataro & Mark DaGraca 




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Rosa Chiola & Ryan Favazza 



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Most Preppy 

Kerri Smith & Jon Gilbert 





Best Dressed 

Alesha Hughes & Matthew Nadeau 





Nicest Eyes 

Mirielle Farah & Nathan Bell 



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Nicest Smile 

Meredith Kirkman 



Nicest Smile 

Jong Choi 




Friendliest 

Kurt Bergeron & Laura Sanderson 



Best Personality 

Patrick O'Donnell & Lindsay DeCecco 



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Most Athletic 

David Jacobsen & Erin Stewart 



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Most School Spirit 

Nicole Caron & Dayo Ibraheem 






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Catherine Debrocke & Jong Baik 



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Matthew Howshan & Heather Torla 




Most Talkative 

Darcie Donegan & Mark Qualter 





Life of the Party 

David Silva & Jena Gingras 






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Shyest 

Kelly Cleary & Ryan Student 






Teacher's Pet 

Andrew Griffin & Michelle Desmet 




Class Storytellers 

Stacey Knight & Jason Herra 



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Eric Deleon & Kelly Lane 





Most Artistic 

Jenny Saba & Dan Palmer 





Class Klutz 

Patti-Ann Pawlick & Steve Silva 




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Laura Abraham & Cara Riccio 




Best Friends 

Peter Hitchmoth & Jong Baik 




Cupid's Couple 

Kerri Smith & Peter Hitchmoth 





Most Likely to Succeed 

Heather Carrier & Parag Patel 



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Mr. & Ms. Attitude 

Matthew Twomey & Ellen Gaffney 



Class Actor & Actress 

Kirk Saraceno & Stephanie Saba 




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Mutt & Jeff 

Kelly Lane & Richie Barden 
Mark Aiello & Jamie Cassidv 




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Junior Prom 

The Methuen High School Junior 
Semi Formal was held on April 28, 
1995 at Di Burro's Restaurant in Brad- 
ford, MA. Erin Stewart, Chris Palmi- 
sano, and Julie Samataro rocked the 
house down. While DJ, Dick Dean pro- 
vided the great tunes. 

This unforgettable night was filled 
with dancing, laughter and friendship. 
It helped create memories that will last 
a lifetime. 




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Girls' Gymnastics Team won with the Football Team taking a close second. Tim Harrington and friends took an 

impressive third. 



Homecoming 



On November 10, 1995 the tem- 
perature chilled the crowd, yet the 
Homecoming Queen event shed 
warmth on the fans. Four young ladies, 
Carrie Beauregard, Laura Abraham, 
Alesha Hughes, and Mirielle Farrah 
eagerly awaited to see who would be 
crowned during half-time. All their 
smiles were bright, but the brightest of 
them all was Carrie's, who was 
crowned Homecoming Queen for the 
graduating class of 1996. 




Halloween 




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Hypnotist 




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II 



"Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" 



Cast: Nathan Bell (Deputy Graves), Rosa Chiola 
(Miranda), Lindsay DeCecco (Lilac), Sal Del- 
monte (Zip), Matt Howshan (George Parr), Patrick 
O'Donnell (The Creeper), Vishad Patel (Ralph) 
Kristen Picirillo (Sylvia Frye), Julie Samataro 
(Velma Cringe), Laura Sanderson (Mrs. Bones), 
Tim Theberge (Skull), Sherri Thundstrom (Molly 
Devine). 




Honors Banquet 




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Awards Night 




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Graduation 




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May 31, 1996 




Class Day 




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Future Grads 




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We the class of ninety-six, 
Left a history that really kicks. 
Freshman year was quite a shock, 
School started so early we could hardly walk. 
To the bus stop we went reluctantly, 
Sleep beckoned us seductively. 
Summer reading remained unfinished. 
Our mental capacity was diminished. 

But the year started off with a bang. 

Despite all the cliques and many gangs. 

Klimas put his Rangers to the test, 

A super bowl victory proved they were the best. 

Then there was that freshman dance they threw. 

But apparently it was an event of which no one knew. 

Officers Burtt, Jankowski, Pawlick, and Bova 

They are no more for they were looked over. 

Activities such as Mr. Methuen, and the Hypnotist 

Were well worth the money for the classes we missed. 

Boys' and Girls' basketball rocked the MVC, 

Gymanstics too was an event to see. 

The girls' track team both winter and spring. 

The conference title to Methuen they did bring. 

The boys' spring track fell short by one meet, 

But nevertheless they had some quick feet. 

By sophomore year we had it figured out, 

We ruled the school without a doubt. 

For the 66th time the National Honor Society was inducted. 

This marks the day the Nerd Herd was constructed. 

We had a play, Pippin by name, 

Where Sal's painted abs won him much fame. 

There was a new sport added to the list, 

It was girls' soccer, a team that had been missed. 

Sophomore year was quite a bore, 

So let's move on and hear some more. 

Now we are upperclassmen one year to go. 
Why the hell does time move so slow? 
A wonderful invention we came to behold. 
Permanent hall passes worth more than gold. 
With Matt Howshan peer mediation was not initiated. 
We all took our driving tests and took to the road. 
But some of us shouldn't have the license we hold. 



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There were many sports that went to the Tourneys, 

Most of their trips ended up on gurneys. 

Only one was victorious Girls' Spring Track & Field, 

Two years in a row the title they did yield. 

We elected new officers to lead our class, 

And for two years they've been a pain in our *$@. 

A dance-a-thon was held to benefit the victims of AIDS, 

To those who took part we give accolades. 

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown was the title of our play, 

To see a classmate dressed as a dog made many a person's day. 

Senior year finally came, 

By now we realized this place is lame. 

ID badges and curfews, by the administration were hailed, 

What the hell — Have we been jailed? 

Some redneck hick came to gym, 

All in all it really ticked-off Tim. 

The Red Cross came and our blood went, 

Vishad passed out, all his energy spent. 

Our school gave birth to a Bocce team, 
It's a more vicious sport than it seems. 
Project Adventure was introduced to gym class, 
One too many people ended up on their $&?. 
We went to the Model UN and swept the awards, 
So they didn't invite us back. 

Bye Bye Birdie was put in display, 

The actors could have done better if they were made out of clay (Just Kidding) 

We started to trace our friends on the walls, 

Now at least we have some good colors painted in the halls. 

Mr. Methuen made quite an impact, 

We still can't remember what Scott did for an act. 

The Senior Class Play had a flame that was eternal. 

It got rave reviews — even from the Methuen Journal. 

We have to bid Nick a fond farewell, 

Do a great job and give 'em some hell. 

Now for a moment we must change our tone. 

And remember that day when we all felt alone. 

We lost a true friend on June 8 of last year, 

These hallowed halls and hearts will not forget you, 

To you we dedicate this and all that we've been through. 

So hold onto your dreams and remember your friends 
Even as our high school years come to end. 



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Laura Abraham 

You have lived with 
us for what seems a 
very short time and 
are now ready to ven- 
ture out on your own. 
Always keep your 
values and your sen- 
sitivity to the world 
around you. We are 
very proud of the ex- 
traordinary person 
you are. 

All our love, 
Mom and Dad 




Kacie Berube 



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Cristina Laorenza 

Congratulations 
Cris! We are very 
proud of the person 
you have become! 
We love you very 
much and know you 
will be successful in 
whatever you do. 
May you always have 
good friends like the 
ones you have now. 
Happiness always! 

Love you lots, 

Mom, Dad, Alyssa, 

and Kim 



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prism of joy an 
promises. We ar 
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always. 

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Alesha Hughes 

Teesha" 

We love you honey! 
You will always be 
our little bird! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Kazeem 
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tude in life, for the 
most part, will deter- 
mine your altitude. 
With your great atti- 
tu( le and enthusiasm. 
I'm sure that your alti- 
tude will be bound- 
less. Therefore, l 
have no doubt thai 
you will be very suc- 
cessful, happy <\\)d 
healths' in your life's 
journey. Congratu- 
lations! 

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lppiness and health 
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you in all that you 
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Kristin Dinati 

Krissy and Heather, 
Cousins, best friends. 
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Methuen, MA 01844 

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263 S. Broadway 

Lawrence, MA 01843 

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34 Hampshire St. 

Methuen Square 

682-4477 



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Floorcovering Company 

58 Hidden Rd. 

Methuen, MA 01844 

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150 Pelham St., Methuen 

Open 24 hours — Lottery, Beer, 

Wine, 3,000 items in stock. 



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126 Pleasant Valley St. 

Methuen, MA 01844 



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26 Hampshire St. 

Methuen Square 

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20 Ayers Villiage Rd. Route 97 

Methuen, MA 01844 

683-0309 Fax: 688-3659 



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Child Enrichment Centers 

13 Branch St. 

Methuen, MA 01844 

(508) 683-3804 



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Never Say Good-by 



As they walked into the room 

with satisfaction in their eyes, 

with laughter on their faces. 

Yet a tear held deep inside. 

As they looked at each other, 

they wonder what each will be, 

they wonder what each will do. 

But tomorrow they cannot see. 

They look back through their memories. 

They look back through the years. 

They see a lot of laughter, 

and recall a silent tear. 

It's so very hard to say Good-by. 

It's hard for them to let go. 

For each has a separate dream, 

as they turn down a separate road. 

They are not only friends, 

But yet one great, big family. 

Trying so hard together 

to be the best that they can be. 

As they leave and go on, 

they watch the time go by. 

But yet through it all, 

they never say "GOOD-BY". 






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Shock waves hit the Middle East 
when Israeli Prime Minister 
Yitzhak Rabin is shot and killed 
while leaving a peace rally in Tel 
Aviv November 4. His murderer, 
Jewish extremist Yigal Amir, 
fanatically opposes peace 
negotiations with the Palestine 
Liberation Organization. 



Marxist Cuban President Fidel 
Castro abandons his Havana 
cigar and military fatigues for a 
suit and tie on a diplomatic visit 
to New York in October, where 
he tries to convince the U.S. to 
lift its 33-year-old trade embargo 
on still-communist Cuba. 



Madman Shoko Asahara. leader 
of the Japanese apocalyptic 
religious cult, Aum Shinrikyo. is 
arrested on May 16 and charged 
with the Tokyo subway nerve-gas 
attack that left 12 people dead 
and injured 5.500 more in March. 



Pope John Paul II visits New 
Jersey. New York and 
Maryland, and addresses the 
United Nations. He speaks out 
on social, economic, political 
and moral themes. 




In late May, a doctor performs 
emergency surgery aboard British 
Airways flight 32 using a coat 
hanger, a knife and fork, and a 
scissors sterilized in brandy to save 
a woman whose life is threatened 
by a collapsed lung. 



Tpihitian protests escalate 
into riots after France 
detonates a nuclear test device 
750 miles from the South Pacific 
island. France's September 
resumption of tests after a 
three-year moratorium brings 
global condemnation 







Fifty years after the end of World 
War II. Japan remembers those 
killed by the atomic bomb 
dropped on Hiroshima. A solitary 
building left standing after the 
blast, now a memorial called the 
Atomic Bomb Dome, symbolizes 
the horrors of war and the price 
of peace. 



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An earthquake kills 51 people 
on the resort-studded Pacific 
coast of Mexico. The quake 
measures 7.5 on the Richter 
scale and is felt 330 miles away 
in Mexico City. 




The first U.S. president to visit Northern Ireland, 
President Clinton receives a warm Christmas 
welcome for his show of support for peace between 
Irish Protestants and Catholics. 

Hurricane Marilyn inflicts millions of dollars of 
damage in the Virgin Islands in September. Winds 
up to 127 miles per hour severely damage half the 
homes on St. Thomas. 




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Hope blooms for peace in Bosnia when Bosnia's President 
Izetbegovic (left) shakes hands with Serbia's President Milosevic 
on the opening day of the November cease-fire talks in Dayton, Ohio. 
Croatia's President Tudjman looks on. The ensuing Paris peace 
agreement of December sends 60,000 NATO peacekeeping troops to 
the war-torn country. 




In November, the Republic of 
Ireland narrowly passes a 
referendum calling for an end 
to the country's 1937 
constitutional ban on divorce. 

While competing in an 
international balloon race in 
September, two hot air 
balloonists, one English and 
one American, are shot down 
when their balloon floats off 
course over Belarus. The 
Belarussian army sees the 
balloon as a security threat and 
fires without warning. The 
balloonists fall to their death. 

More than four years after 
Desert Storm, Iraq's President 
Saddam Hussein remains in 
power, though two of his 
sons-in-law defect to Jordan 
on August 8 and call for 
Hussein's overthrow. 




Quebec, Canada's largely French- 
speaking province, defeats an 
October referendum on Quebec 
independence by a margin of 
less than one percent. 



In July, without public 
explanations, Burma's military 
rulers free the country's most 
famous political prisoner, Daw 
Aung San Suu Kyi, leader of the 
pro-democracy movement and 
Nobel peace laureate, after six 
years of house arrest. 



Russian figure skater Sergei 
Grinkov, 28, collapses and dies 
from a heart attack during 
practice with his wife-partner 
Ekaterina Gordeeva on 
November 20. The pair won two 
Olympic gold medals and four 
world pairs titles. 



Great Britain's Princess Diana 
shocks Buckingham Palace with 
a tell-all BBC interview. Defying 
royal protocol, she discusses her 
marriage to unfaithful husband, 
Prince Charles, her struggle with 
depression and bulimia, and an 
extramarital affair. The majority 
of English people express their 
support and sympathy. 




Securities trader Nicholas 
Leeson is arrested in Germany 
in March 1 995 for fraud, forgery, 
and breach-of-trust. Leeson 
racked up a $1.32 billion loss 
that caused the collapse of 
Barings PLC, the 233-year-old 
British bank. 



A San Francisco sewer line 
Mbursts under pressure 
from battering rainstorms, 
creating a monster sinkhole 
that swallows a $2-million 
house in the Sea Cliff district. 
One-hundred-mile-per-hour 
winds knock out power to 
tens of thousands of homes 
and nearly blow a truck off the 
Bay Bridge. 




U.S. Senator Bob Packwood of 
Oregon resigns on September 7, 
the day after the Senate Ethics 
Committee voted unanimously to 
expel him for sexual misconduct, 
embarrassingly detailed in his 
diaries, which were made public. 



The nation comes to a standstill 
on October 3 as more than 1 50 
million people watch live TV 
coverage of the outcome of the 
nine-month-long trial of the 
century. After less than four 
hours of deliberation, the jury 
finds former football star O.J. 
Simpson not guilty of the 
murders of his ex-wife Nicole 
and her friend Ronald Goldman. 



Illinois suffers a record heat 
wave in July, with temperatures 
as high as 104°. The heat takes 
the lives of 457 people 
statewide. At Wrigley Stadium, 
Jaime Navarro helps faithful 
Chicago Cubs fans stay cool. 




The federal government repeals 
the national 55-mile-per-hour 
highway speed limit, enacted in 
1974 during the oil embargo. 
The legislation allows states to set 
their own limits. On Montana 
highways, speed limits are 
eliminated completely. 



Air Force Captain Scott 
. O'Grady (right) is rescued 
from pursuing Bosnian Serb 
forces by U.S. Marines on 
June 8. six days after his plane 
is shot down over Bosnia. 
O'Grady survived on insects, 
plants, and rainwater. 




After a year of fame as a 
conservative revolutionary. 
Speaker of the House Newt 
Gingrich slumps in popularity, 
tainted by the government 
shutdown, his stalled Contract 
With America, and investigations 
into his political action com- 
mittee and his financial affairs. 



Two-thousand volunteer 
firefighters battle a raging 
wildfire in eastern Long Island. 
New York, for three days in 
August. The fire, following a 
21 -day drought, consumes 
5.500 acres of pine barrens and 
damages a dozen homes. There 
are no injuries or fatalities. 



The image of firefighter Chris Fields holding 
one-year-old Baylee Almon, who later dies, 
comes to symbolize the horror of the April 19 
bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal 
Building that killed 150 adults and 19 children. 



As more Americans invest, Wall Street enjoys a bull market. In November, the Dow-Jones Industrial 
Average hits 5000, a milestone indicating healthy corporate profits and low interest rates. 





On April 30, the adoptive 
parents of four-year-old "Baby 
Richard" comply with an Illinois 
court order to turn the child over 
to his biological parents. 



Charles H. Porter, IV, Sygma 



The government shuts down for six days in November after the 
President and Congress fail to agree on how to balance the 
federal budget. The shutdown affects non-essential federal services, 
including the National Park Service. A longer shutdown foil 
in December. 




Despite Americans' doubts and 
fears, U.S. troops head for 
Bosnia in December. The 
20,000 U.S. forces, serving 
under NATO command beside 
40,000 European allies, face 
the task of keeping peace 
among the country's warring 
Serbs, Croats and Muslims. 

The State of South Carolina 
sentences Susan Smith to life 
in prison for the drowning 
murder of her two young sons 
in 1994. 

An anonymous donor sends 
St. Jude's Children's 
Research Hospital in Memphis 
$1 million in the form of a 
winning ticket from McDonald's 
November "Monopoly" 
sweepstakes game. 

In the wake of a growing 
number of random attacks from 
assailants with knives and 
guns, White House security is 
forced to close Pennsylvania 
Avenue to traffic. 

After allegedly ignoring federal 
pollution regulations for years, 
General Motors agrees under 
threat of an $1 1 -million fine to 
recall 500,000 Cadillacs at a 
cost of $45 million. 







A record snowfall paralyzes the 
East Coast in January 1996, 
stranding travelers and killing 
100 people. Seven states, from 
Virginia to Massachusetts, 
declare emergencies. 
1 Philadelphia gets 30.7 inches 
of snow. 



Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice 
of the U.S. Supreme Court from 
1969 to 1986, dies in June at 
age 87. Though appointed by 
President Richard Nixon, he 
ordered Nixon to turn over 
tapes in the Watergate hearings 
that effectively ended the 
president's career. 



The Washington Post publishes 
a manifesto written by the 
unidentified killer known as 
"The Unabomber," at large 
since 1978 and wanted for 16 
mail bombs that have killed 3 
and injured 23. FBI agents 
scrutinize the article for clues to 
the bomber's identity. 



A Chicago commuter train slams 
into the back end of a loaded 
school bus. The accident, 
allegedly caused by a poorly 
timed stoplight placed too near 
the tracks, kills 7 students and 
injures 28 on October 25. 



American women celebrate the 
75th anniversary of the 19th 
amendment to the U.S. 
Constitution, which granted 
women the right to vote. 
Women's suffrage leader Susan 
B.Anthony (1820-1906) first 
organized the fight for suffrage 
in 1848. 





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As the result of an improperly 
cleaned test tube at a fertility 
clinic, a woman in the Netherlands 
gives birth to twin boys, each from 
a different father. 





In March, the Federal Drug 
Administration approves a chicken- 
pox vaccine. Rarely fatal, 
chicken-pox affects 3.7 million 
Americans annually. 

Archaeologists discover a 
3.000-year-old tomb in May 
that is believed to hold the 
remains of 52 sons of 
Ramses II. Pharaoh of Egypt. 



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A stunning photograph from the Hubble Space Telescope captures a 
moment in the birth of a star in the Eagle Nebula. 7,000 light years 
from Earth. Light from the young star's nuclear furnace lifts towering 
pillars of hydrogen gas and interstellar dust. 



► esearchers announce that 
Ithey have isolated a gene in 
mice linked to obesity. Mice 
with a mutated OB gene are 
injected with the hormone 
leptin. resulting in dramatic 
weight loss. The public is 
tantalized at the prospect of 
leptin as a slimming treatment 
for use in humans. 



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The world's first test-tube gorilla 
is born at the Cincinnati Zoo in 
October as part of an effort to 
save the western lowland gorilla, 
an endangered species that 
numbers fewer than 450 animals. 



Fossils of a jawbone (left) and 
leg bone (right) found in Kenya 
in August reveal a previously 
unknown species of upright 
hominid that lived four million 
years ago, pushing the 
emergence of bipedalism back 
half a million years. Walking 
upright is a key adaptation that 
separates humans from apes. 



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Media attention focuses on 
melatonin, a naturally occurring 
hormone used to induce sleep 
and slow the effects of aging. 
Lauded as a wonder drug, a 
kilogram of synthetic melatonin 
sells for as much as S10.000. 



In a procedure known as tissue 
engineering, scientists grow a 
human ear under the skin of a 
laboratory mouse. Researchers 
hope the procedure will play an 
important role in the future of 
transplant surgery. 



As a protective measure against 
counterfeiting in the era of digital 
publishing, the Treasury 
Department redesigns U.S. 
currency bills, to be issued over | 
the next five years, starting early 
1996 with the new S1 00 bill. 






Former rivals in space become 
comrades in space after the 
historic docking of the U.S. 
space shuttle Atlantis and 
Russia's Mir space station on 
June 29. Astronaut Robert 
Gibson (in red) greets 
cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov. 



n June, volcanic eruptions give birth to a baby 
island. A new member of the Tonga Islands 

emerges near New Zealand, 900 feet high and 

140 feet wide. 





After a decade-long search, 
scientists isolate what may be 
the most important cancer- 
related gene. The defective 
gene known as ATM is 
associated with cancers of 
the breast, colon, lung, 
stomach, pancreas and skin, 
and may be carried by two 
million Americans. 

Astronomers using the Hubble 
Space Telescope observe new 
moons orbiting the planet 
Saturn, adding at least 2 
moons and possibly 4 to 
Saturn's previously known 
total of 18. 

A team of French and British 
explorers believe they have 
found an ancient breed of horse 
previously unknown to 
scientists. In November, the 
four-foot high horse with a 
triangular head, which 
resembles the vanished horses 
of European Stone Age 
drawings, is named Riwoche 
for its home region in Tibet. 

October satellite photographs 
show the recent rapid 
deterioration of the earth's 
ozone layer above Antarctica. 
Pollutants produced mostly by 
the U.S. cause the hole in 
the atmosphere's protective 
layer to increase to the size 
of Europe. 




In November, Visa introduces a 
cash-storage card that 
eliminates a pocketful of loose 
change. A chip in the plastic card 
tracks the amount of available 
cash, which is accessed with a 
reader at the place of purchase. 
The card can be taken to the 
bank and reloaded. 



Now virtual reality comes in a 
handy travel size with Nintendo's 
latest, Virtual Boy, a portable 3-D 
video-game system with 
stereophonic sound. 



New research shows that the meat-eating 
Tyrannosaurus rex did not loom upright, but 
stalked along lower to the ground. The discovery 
is reflected in the reopened exhibits of the famed 
dinosaur halls of New York's American Museum 
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With S1 50.000 saved during 
her 75 hardworking years 
as a washerwoman. Oseola 
McCarty establishes a 
scholarship fund for African- 
American students at the 
University of Southern 
Mississippi. For her self- 
lessness, she is awarded the 
Presidential Citizens Medal. 



Already well known for her 
appearances in Aerosmith 
music videos, 19-year-old Alicia 
Silverstone achieves stardom 
with the 1995 summer movie 
hit Clueless. 



Pamela Lee of "Baywatch" fame and husband 
Tommy Lee. Motley Crue drummer, are the life 
oTthe party this year, frequently caught by the 
press engaging in public displays of affection. 

Trailblazer Shannon Faulkner (hand to head) 
withdraws from the Citadel after collapsing 
Hiring "hell week." Faulkner singlehandedly 
attempted to bust the gender barrier at the 
all-male South Carolina military institution. 



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Millions of Americans tune in to 
Martha Stewart's TV show, 
subscribe to her magazine, and 
read her books. The popular 
cooking and home-decorating 
entrepreneur builds an empire by 
packaging a distinctive American 
nostalgic style. 



Bill Gates, founder and chairman 
of the computer giant Microsoft, 
becomes the wealthiest man in 
the world on the success of his 
company's software. His book 
The Road Ahead hits The New 
York Times best-seller list. 



Hot actor Antonio Banderas falls 
in love with another screen sex- 
symbol Melanie Griffith during 
the filming of Two Much. 
Banderas will co-star with 
Madonna in the film version of 
Evita and will star in Steven 
Spielberg-produced Zorro. 




Seventies superstar John 
Travolta's motion-picture 
comeback in the 1994 hit Pulp 
Fiction continues with starring 
roles in Get Shorty and 
Broken Arrow. 



Sandra Bullock follows up her 
star-making role in Speed with 
the gentle romance While You 
Were Sleeping. Bullock's fresh, 
wholesome image earns her an 
"Entertainer of the Year" 
nomination from Entertainment 
Weekly magazine. 



America is disappointed in its high hopes for Colin Powell's 1996 
presidential candidacy. At the close of his whirlwind book tour for 
My American Journey, the General and his wife Alma announce in 
November that he will not seek the Republican nomination. 



Stand-up comic and sitcom 
star Ellen DeGeneres makes 
the best-seller list with her book 
My Point...And I Do Have One. 




A 10-year-old St. Louis schoolboy, 
Larry Champagne III, becomes a 
hero by taking control of his school 
bus after the driver suffered a stroke. 
Champagne is later awarded a $10,000 
scholarship by the bus company. 



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Christopher Reeve, in a 
wheelchair and hooked up to 
a portable respirator, appears 
with his wife, Dana, at the 
American Paralysis Association's 
annual gala on November 9, 
less than five months after a fall 
from a horse left him almost 
totally paralyzed. 



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Calvin Klein's provocative CK 
Jeans campaign causes an 
uproar in August, bringing 
nasty headlines, threats of 
retailer boycotts and an FBI 
investigation. The scandal only 
seems to help sales. 

Michael Jackson and Lisa 
Marie Presley announce their 
divorce almost a year after 
their surprise marriage. The 
tabloids have a field day 
speculating about the reasons 
for the marriage (was it a cold- 
hearted career move?) as well 
as the causes for the break-up 
(was he after Elvis' fortune?). 

Breaking the Surface, the 
autobiography of Greg 
Louganis, former U.S. Olympic 
gold-medal diver who revealed 
earlier that he has AIDS, debuts 
at No. 2 on the best-seller list. 

Popcorn magnate Orville 
Redenbacher, who transformed 
popping corn into a gourmet 
item, dies on September 19 
from heart failure. 

Two Chinese women set a new 
Guiness world record in 
November by living in a room 
for 12 days with 888 poisonous 
snakes. The previous world 
record, set in Singapore in 
1987, was 10 days with 
200 snakes. 





Actress Demi Moore becomes 
the highest paid woman in 
Hollywood, able to command 
$12.5 million per movie, even 
after this year's flop at the box 
office The Scarlet Letter, loosely 
based on Hawthorne's classic. 



Favorite of America's heartland 
for his You Might Be A Redneck 
If... jokes, Georgia-born stand-up 
comic and author Jeff Foxworthy 
gets his own ABC sitcom in 
which he plays himself. 



Model Beckrord Tyson, singled 
out by Ralph Lauren for his ail- 
American looks, signs an 
exclusive contract with the 
fashion designer in 1995. 



Miss Oklahoma Shawntel Smith 
is crowned Miss America on 
September 16. During the 
broadcast of the 75th pageant, 
viewers phone in their votes to 
retain the swimsuit competition. 




John F. Kennedy, Jr., is 
cofounder and editor-in-chief of 
George, a glossy new magazine 
covering American politics. 
Hounded all his life by the press, 
Kennedy joins their ranks, 
contributing a feature interview 
to each issue. 



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The fifth actor to play 007 in the enduring film 
series begun in the 1960s. Pierce Brosnan 
abandons his Aston Martin for a BMW Z3 
Roadster in Goldeneye. the latest and. some 
say. best James Bond movie. 

Three 1995 movies bring Jane Austen classics 
to the silver screen: Clueless, based on 
Austen's novel Emma, and Sense and Sensibility 
and Persuasion. 




Batman Forever, with Val 
Kilmer in the title role and 
Chris O'Donnellas Robin, 
becomes the third Batman 
movie and the summer's top- 
grossing film. 



Disney Pictures continues its 
line of animated 
blockbusters with the Native 
American legend Pocahontas. 
The picture previews in New 
York's Central Park to an 
outdoor audience of 200.000. 




After an unpromising start, 
Conan O'Brien quietly gains 
popularity as host of NBC's "Late 
Night," a slot previously filled by 
David Letterman. Letterman's 
current show on CBS slowly 
loses viewers. 



Whitney Houston stars in the 
December film release, Waiting 
to Exhale, adapted from Terry 
McMillan's best-selling novel 
about the lives of four middle- 
class African-American women. 
Houston sings the title song for 
the movie soundtrack, which 
enjoys brisk sales. 



Denzel Washington, critically 
acclaimed for his performances 
in films Crimson 7/deand Devil 
in a Blue Dress, receives highest 
praise from the City of Los 
Angeles, which honors him with 
the Martin Luther King, Jr., 
Award for his philanthropic work 
on behalf of children. 



Although ABC cancels her TV 
series "My So-Called Life," 
17-year-old Claire Danes hits the 
big screen in How to Make an 
American Quilt, To Gillian on Her 
37th Birthday, and Romeo and 
Juliet with Leonardo DiCaprio 
as her co-star. 



In the suspense-thriller Seven. 
heartthrob Brad Pitt attracts a 
wide male audience with his 
performance as a detective on 
the trail of a serial killer whose 
murders are based on the seven 
deadly sins. 



NBC's hospital drama "E.R." continues to 
draw high ratings throughout 1 995 thanks to 
its dramatic realism and the appeal of handsome 
George Clooney (middle right), supermodel 
Cindy Crawford's latest date. 





Disney Entertainment spends 
$19 billion to purchase the ABC 
television network in July. 



Toy Story is the world's first 
entirely computer-animated 
film. Released by Disney during 
the Christmas season, it features 
the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim 
Allen, and Don Rickles. 



Jim Carrey earns $20 million for the starring 
role in the comedy Ace Ventura: When 
Nature Calls, a sequel to the extraordinarily 
popular Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. 

The popular NBC TV series "Friends" returns 
for a second highly rated season. Its 
runaway success inspires less successful 
imitations by other networks. 




MTV introduces "Singled Out," 
an over-the-top dating game 
show where contestants ask 
random, pointless questions of 
a crowd of suitors, sight 
unseen, until the zany answers 
have eliminated all but that 
one perfect love match. 

According to a Roper Youth 
Poll, the two hottest TV shows 
among teens this season are 
the daytime soap "Days of Our 
Lives" and the evening soap 
"Melrose Place." 

"The Jon Stewart Show," a 
late-night talk show aimed at 
Generation X, fails to catch on. 
During the final taping, host 
Stewart says, "To all those 
people who said my show 
wouldn't last, I have only one 
thing to say. Good call." 



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Devoted fans will not I 
another season of NBC's sitcom 
"Seinfeld" after all. Creator Jerry 
Seinfeld decides to keep his 
"show about nothing" 
going for an 
eighth season. 



Ten years after creating the 
popular comic strip "Calvin and 
Hobbes," cartoonist Bill 
Watterson retires in December. 



Horror-fiction author Stephen 
King signs a deal with Signet 
books to release his upcoming 
story, The Green Mile, as a 
paperback series. 



Fox TV's "The X Files" stars 
David Duchovny as an FBI agent 
who investigates supernatural 
phenomena. The show becomes 
a surprise hit, giving millions of 
viewers reason to look forward to 
staying home on a Friday night. 






Twenty-year-old Canadian 
newcomer Alanis Morissette 
raises some eyebrows with her 
up-front, aggressive lyrics and 
attitudes. Nevertheless, her 
album Jagged Little Pill goes 
double platinum. 



Sixties icon Jerry Garcia, 
guitarist of The Grateful Dead, 
dies of a heart attack on August 
9 at age 53. Garcia's musical 
roots in blues, country and folk 
are apparent in hits like 
"Truckin'." Legions of 
Deadheads mourn his passing. 



Brandy, whose self-titled 
platinum album and single "I 
Wanna Be Down" hit high on the 
R&B charts, sweeps the first 
Soul Train Music Awards in 
August. The 16-year-old singer 
wins Best New Artist, among 
other awards. 



Beatlemania returns in 1995 with 
ABC's six-hour documentary The 
Beatles Anthology, the video 
releases of A Hard Day's Night 
and Help! and the album 
collection Anthology, featuring 
previously unreleased material. 



The chart-topping movie 
soundtrack Dangerous Minds 
features Coolio's rap anthem 
"Gangsta's Paradise." the 
number-one single of the year 
according to Billboard magazine. 



Live dedicate their single 
"Lightning Crashes" to 
victims of the Oklahoma City 
bombing. The rock band's 
Throwing Copper album yields 
three hit singles; Billboard Music 
Awards names them Rock Artist 
of the Year. 



The Chicago-based rock band Smashing Pumpkins 
release their epic double album Mellon Collie and the 
Infinite Sadness to critical and public acclaim. 




Atlanta's TLC is honored at the 
Billboard Music Awards for 
providing two of the year's biggest 
hits. "Creep" and "Waterfalls" both 
lead the Hot 100 singles charts 
for weeks. 



Former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl plays a new 
sound as guitarist and lead singer in the Foo 
Fighters, an alternative rock band that enjoys three 
singles off their self-titled debut album in 1 995. 



ariah Carey's Daydream 
sells over 5 million copies, 
taking number-one spot on the 
Billboard album chart. Carey 
performs with Boyz II Men on 
the hit single "One Sweet Day." 



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R.E.M.'s summer tour is 
interrupted by medical 
emergencies for three of the 
band's four members. The tour, 
their first in five years, is 
eventually completed with all 
members in good health. 

In October, David Bowie and 
Nine Inch Nails wrap up the 
U.S. portion of Bowie's world 
tour. At each show, Bowie and 
Trent Reznor's band play a set 
together. In December, Bowie 
tours Europe with Morrissey as 
his opening act. 

The Red Hot Chili Peppers tone 
down their trademark 
bawdiness in their newest 
album, One Hot Minute. 



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A hard-luck story turns into 
overnight success in the case of 
Canadian Shania Twain, born in 
poverty to an Irish mother and 
an Ojibway Indian father. Twain's 
1995 hits include "Whose Bed 
Have Your Boots Been Under?," 
"Any Man of Mine" and the title 
tune to her 3-million-selling 
album The Woman In Me. 



Success doesn't mellow the style 
of alternative rock band Green 
Day, who release their anxiously 
awaited fourth album Insomniac, 
their fastest and darkest album 
to date. 



Seal's hit off the Batman Forever 
movie soundtrack, "Kiss From a 
Rose," is all over the summer 
playlists. The single propels the 
artist's self-titled album to the 
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With the record-setting sales of 
his album Fresh Horses, only 
three musical acts in U.S. history 
outsell country music icon Garth 
Brooks: the Beatles, the Eagles, 
and Billy Joel. 



Selena, the 23-year-old Tejano 
music queen, is gunned down in 
Corpus Christi in March 1995 by 
Yolanda Saldivar, former 
president of her fan club. The 
July release of a collection of 
Selena's hits, Dreaming of You, 
sees some of the fastest sales in 
music history. 



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The New Jersey Devils win 
the National Hockey 
League's Stanley Cup. 
beating the heavily favored 
Detroit Red Wings in four 
straight games. 





International soccer star 
Michelle Akers, world's top 
woman player, leads the U.S. 
women's soccer team to a 2-1 
sudden-death victory over 
Norway in the U.S. Cup title 
game in August. 



The most controversial moves are 
off the field this season as the 
Cleveland Browns NFL franchise 
announces its move to Baltimore 
and the Houston Oilers announce 
their move to Nashville. 



In May 1995. Peter Blake's 
Team New Zealand in "Black 
Magic 1" defeats Dennis 
Conner's team in "Young 
America" in the first 5-0 sweep 
in the 144-year history of the 
America's Cup. 



In Super Bowl XXX. the heavily favored 
Dallas Cowboys beat the Pittsburgh 
Steelers 27-1 7. Dallas cornerback Larry 
Brown ices the game for the Cowboys with 
the second of his two interceptions, and is 
named MVP for his heroics. 




Jeff Gordon, 24, dominates the 
National Association for Stock 
Car Auto Racing's Winston Cup, 
winning 7 of NASCAR's 31 races 
and earning $4.3 million in 1995, 
a record for the sport. 



The University of Nebraska 
demolishes the University of 
Florida, 62-24, in the 1996 Fiesta 
Bowl to win their second 
consecutive national college 
football title and cap 
Cornhuskers coach Tom 
Osborne's 23rd season. 




The Houston Rockets, led by 
center Hakeem Olajuwon, win 
their second consecutive 
National Basketball Association 
championship in June, sweeping 
the series with the Orlando 
Magic in four games. 



Twenty-one-year-old tennis 
champ Monica Seles, returning 
to competitive play two years 
after being stabbed at a 
tournament in Germany, wins 
the 1995 Australian Open. 



Hall-of-Famer Mickey Mantle, a 
switch-hitter and one of the great 
sluggers in baseball history, dies 
of cancer on August 13. Mantle 
hit 536 home runs in his 18-year 
career and compiled a lifetime 
batting average of .298. 




he National Basketball Association fines the Chicago 
Bulls $25,000 when Michael Jordan wears his previously 
retired number 23 jersey for luck during championship 
playoffs against the Orlando Magic in May 1995. 




Former L.A. Lakers point guard 
Earvin "Magic" Johnson 
announces a return to 
basketball in January 1996. 
Johnson retired in 1991 
when he discovered he was 
HIV positive. 

The Northwestern University 
Wildcats — long a gridiron 
laughingstock — pile up ten 
victories in 1995 and go to the 
Rose Bowl for the first time 
since 1949. 

In his first fight in four years, 
former world heavyweight 
champ Mike Tyson disposes of 
challenger Peter McNeeley in 
89 seconds. Tyson, who in 
March finished a three-year jail 
term for a rape conviction, 
earns $25 million for the 
August boxing match. 

Pete Sampras, winner of the 
1995 men's singles 
championships at Wimbledon 
and the U.S. Open, ends the 
professional tennis season with 
a number-one world ranking. 



Master of the sinking fastball 
and still learning to speak 
English, L.A. Dodgers pitcher 
Hideo Nomo, formerly with 
the Kintetsu Buffaloes in 
Japan, is named Rookie of 
the Year. Nomo is the 
second Japanese-born 
player to join the U.S. 
major leagues, and the 
first All-Star. 



• Known for his temperamental 
personality, his many tattoos and 
his aggressive playing style, 
basketball center Dennis 
Rodman (91 ) debuts with the 
Chicago Bulls after his trade 
from the San Antonio Spurs. 



For a record fifth straight time, 
Miguel Indurain of Spain wins 
the 22-day, 2,270-mile Tour de 
France, the world's premier 
bicycle race. On the 15th day of 
the race, Italian road-race champ 
Fabio Casartelli is killed in a 
seven-man crash. 



Betsy King wins her 30th 
tournament on June 25 and 
gains entry to the Ladies' 
Professional Golf Association's 
Hall of Fame, one of the most 
difficult attainments in sports. 



Quarterback Dan Marino of the 
Miami Dolphins sets four life- 
time passing records during the 
1995 football season: 47,003 
yards, 342 touchdowns, 3,686 
completions and 6,467 attempts. 



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Girly things enjoy a surge in 
popularity with young women, 
who wear baby barrettes, knee 
socks, tiny t-shirts, little jumpers 
and funky Maryjanes, and kid 
around with "Hello Kitty" 
accessories. 



Taking her place among 
controversial talk-show hosts as 
the "Oprah for the junior set." 
Ricki Lake speaks to such 
concerns as, "Mom, when my 
boyfriend gets out of jail, I'm 
taking him back." 



The angel message of "fear not" 
strikes a deep chord with 
Americans' yearning for spiritual 
growth and comfort in a stressful 
time. People enjoy angel 
collectibles, angel sites on the 
Internet, and angel books and 
magazines. 



"Some pretty cool people drink milk" is the message carried by a 
high-profile ad campaign featuring a raft of popular celebrities 
sporting a white upper lip on behalf of the healthy beverage. The 
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